Courtney Stodden at a birthday party, July 6. Because of course.
Happy July! Happy summer! Happy weekend! Let’s celebrate by looking at photos of celebs’ best and worst looks of this week and praising them or making fun of them. What joy for everyone!
Aaron Carter is really good for entertaining us all, but not with his music, more with his crazy stories. Here’s the latest and possibly best. Mr. Carter is claiming he got beaten up by fans of New Kids On The Block, because he was on their turf. So he posted photos of his injuries to show how tough he is. And because he’s so tough, he’s not going to file a police report because that’s too “girlie.” And he refers to himself as a “pretty little white boy”. There is so much wrong here. I’ll let you enjoy TMZ‘s report.
Aaron, who posted some gnarly selfies after the fight, tells TMZ he was leaving dinner with a friend last night in beantown, when a huge guy approached him in the parking lot and yelled: “I heard you’re doing a show here tomorrow. This is the town of the New Kids.”
Aaron claims three other guys then jumped out of a gold Chevy Malibu … and started the beat down, which came complete with a shot to his face.
The singer claims he landed a few punches before the NKOTB-lovers took off — “I think my knuckles might be broken, but that’s what they get. People think I’m a pretty little white boy but no way. I think I won. I’m still standing.”
Aaron says he’s performing as scheduled tonight, and he’s not filing a police report because it’s “girlie.”
“This is the town of the new kids” is the new “Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.”
Damn, Canada, get it together! First you give us Justin Bieber, then you think Dan Aykroyd killed someone, and now you’re depriving people of New Kids On The Block, surely breaking the hearts of at least dozens. Here’s what happened, from TMZ:
A rep for NKOTB’s “The Package Tour” tells TMZ, several gear trucks carrying production equipment — like lighting and other prop stuff — as well as key crew members were delayed at the Canadian border for such a long time … tour officials were forced to pull the plug on tonight’s show.
The rep wouldn’t specify why the trucks were held up — but did say the band members arrived in Canada safely … and on time.
We also spoke with someone at Canadian Border Patrol … who was also looking into the incident.
As for tonight’s show … it’s been postponed to tomorrow.
How do you live with yourself, Canada? Also, I had no idea they were touring, or that they were touring such huge venues, like the Staples center on July 5. According to Ticketmaster, there are still tickets; however the July 13 show at the Honda Center has the warning “NOT MANY LEFT” so get on it, everyone! This is such an exciting time to be alive.
In the words of LFO, “New Kids On The Block had a buncha hits.”