Hollywood Pays Tribute To Aaron Carter's Death Who Dies At 34
Hollywood pays tribute to Aaron Carter's death who has died at the age of 34. Aaron Carter, a former child star who achieved three times platinum for an album he released when he was only 13 years old, was discovered dead on Saturday.
Celebrities from all over the entertainment world are mourning his passing. Stars took to social media on Saturday to pay tribute to former teen pop sensation
On Saturday, the "Aaron's Party" singer was discovered to have passed away at his home in Lancaster, California, according to the sources that broke the news in the first place.
The news outlet cited multiple sources who stated that the body of Carter was found in a bathtub. Other sources within the police department stated that they received a call early on Saturday morning about a man who had drowned in a bathtub.
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According to law enforcement sources, homicide detectives were dispatched to the scene of the actor's death, which is par for the course when investigating suspicious deaths like the one involving a celebrity.
In an interview that he gave in 2019 on the show "The Doctors," Carter disclosed that he had suffered from a number of different mental health conditions, including schizophrenia, acute anxiety, multiple personality disorder, and manic depression.
In September, Carter disclosed to The United States Sun that he had checked into a rehabilitation facility in an effort to regain custody of his son, Prince, from his fiancée Melanie Martin.
In the wake of the tragic news that Carter had passed away, mourners from all over the world took to various social media platforms to express their condolences.
See video report below.
Nick Carter Breaks Silence On Aaron Carter's Death
Nick Carter expressed his sorrow over the passing of his brother by posting several childhood photos of the two of them together and revealing that he always held onto the hope, that he would somehow, someday want to walk a healthy path and eventually find the help that he so desperately needed.
He stated that his "love for [Aaron] has never faded," despite the fact that their relationship was difficult to navigate. The reality is that addiction and mental illness are the true culprits in this situation, he went on to say,
I will miss my brother more than anyone will ever know. I love you Chizz., now you get a chance to finally have some peace you could never find here on earth.- Nick Carter
In the late 1990s, Carter became a prominent figure in the world of pop music. He is the younger brother of Nick Carter, a member of the group Backstreet Boys.
Aaron, his debut studio album, was released when he was just nine years old and went on to sell millions of copies.
The second studio album released by Carter, titled "Aaron's Party (Come and Get It)," was certified three times platinum, and several singles, including "I Want Candy," received airplay on Disney and Nickelodeon respectively.
He also went on tour with the Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears, among other artists. After releasing "Oh Aaron" in 2001 and "Another Earthquake!" in 2002, Carter went on to record three more studio albums before releasing his final album, "Love," in 2018. This came about 16 years after the release of his previous album.
In addition to his work in music, the pop singer-turned-rapper has appeared as a special guest on an episode of the television show "Lizzie McGuire" and in the 2001 production of "Seussical" on Broadway.
In addition, he was a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars" in 2009, he starred in the reality show "House of Carters," and both he and his mother appeared in the reality series "Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition."
Aaron's twin sister Angel also weighed in with a carousel of childhood memories, writing,
To my twin... I loved you beyond measure. You will be missed dearly. My funny, sweet Aaron,I have so many memories of you and I, and I promise to cherish them. I know you’re at peace now. I will carry you with me until the day I die and get to see you again. 💔.- Angel
"Lizzie McGuire" alum Hillary Duff, who dated Carter when they were teenagers posted a touching tribute on Instagram, writing,
For Aaron I'm deeply sorry that life so hard for you and that you had to struggle in-front of the whole world. You had a charm that absolutely effervescent... boy did my teenage self love you deeply. Sending love to your family at this time. Rest easy ❤️.- Hillary Duff
Meanwhile, model Courtney Stodden shared a heartbreaking video on Instagram.
I'm literally so upset about Aaron Carter's death. He's reached out to me a handful of times and I was always so afraid to think this is going to happen. How?- Courtney Stodden
Aside from them, a lot of celebrities showed their sadness by posting comments of their grief on social media.
Carter became well-known in the early 2000s after releasing Aaron's Party, one of his first major albums (Come and Get It). His iconic song "I Want Candy," which was featured in an episode of Lizzie McGuire and gave Hilary Duff and her friends the chance to star in the Christmas music video for it, was included on the triple-platinum album.