A former teenage heartthrob and the baby brother to a Backstreet Boy is about to become a first-time father. Entertainer Aaron Carter and his drop dead gorgeous girlfriend, Lina Valentina, are reportedly expecting a baby.
Carter finally seems in be in a good place, letting the Twitter-verse know that he isn't letting anybody get him down these days and has far too much to celebrate as he recently bought his first home, is looking forward to parenthood and is planning on popping the question to his baby's mama in the near future. Yep. We would say that it has been a might productive year for Aaron and an extreme turnaround from the dark space Carter was living in a few years back.
Carter's beautiful, current leading lady, who we really only found out about a few months ago, was born in St. Petersburg, Russia and lived in Spain before heading over to the United States during her teenage years. She attended Southern Connecticut University, Paier College of Art, and the Fashion Institute of Technology and now it seems like she will be adding wife and mother to his life resume. Carter cannot stop singing the praises of Valentina, who looks shockingly like Megan Fox in our opinion. He previously wrote a post singing his girlfriend's praises saying, "No one has understood me and shown the love this woman has for me EVER." These young dudes are all about the declaration of love via social media these days. Just a few months ago, Justin Beiber did the same thing, announcing to the world that his wife Hailey Balwin was the sun, moon, and stars. Ah, to be young and in love...and growing up in the throes of a social media revolution.
Before Lina, Carter infamously dated Madison Parker and let the world know that he was not entirely straight when it came to his romantic attractions. Releasing his truths seems a first step in growing and traveling the path of self-discovery and healthier life choices for Aaron. Aside from a wife, a house and a baby, Carter released his first album in fifteen years, entitled LøVë. Stay on the right track Aaron, you have a lot to live for these days.