Aaron Carter Announces World Tour, Doesn't Understand What "World" Means
Aaron's party is coming, people — so come get it. Following Nick Carter's announcement that he was going on tour with Jordan Knight last month, the younger Carter announced his own Wonderful World Tour on Tuesday. Yep, that's right, Aaron Carter is going on tour and it's officially the year 2000 again. Will Hilary Duff finally take him back now that he's resurrecting his music career? Because it seems like Carter was totally serious about turning his life around for her.
Carter's new U.S. tour will kick off on Sept. 25 and will hit 50 cities in under three months — his final performance will be on Dec. 13 in Los Angeles. So, will he sing "How I Beat Shaq"? Great question.
Carter hasn't released a full-length album since 2 Good 2 B True in 2006, but he's dropped a handful of singles over the years. I feel like it's safe to assume that some of his classic hits will be on the setlist. The singer is currently on a separate tour in Canada and tickets for the Wonderful World Tour (yes, I know it's only stopping in U.S. cities and isn't technically a world tour, but Aaron's trying so hard that I can't even make a joke about it) will go on sale on his website and at local venues on June 7.
But if you're wondering whether or not Carter will stop in your city so you can relive your early 2000s glory, here are the dates and locations:
Is this the first step in Carter's plan to better himself to get his true love, Duff, back? Or at least to get her to follow him back on Twitter? Maybe Duff can go to his last show — I mean, c'mon girl, he's trying this hard.
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