Aaron Carter death: Hilary Duff, Courtney Stodden and other celebs pour in tributes as singer dies at 34

'Fame at a young age is often more a curse than a blessing and Surviving it is not easy. RIP Aaron Carter,' tweeted Diane Warren

Aaron Carter death: Hilary Duff, Courtney Stodden and other celebs pour in tributes as singer dies at 34
Hilary Duff (L) and Courtney Stodden (R) are among the celebrities who paid tribute to Aaron Carter (C) (Lucy Nicholson/Getty Images,Alison Buck/Getty Images for Project Angel Food, Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images)
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LANCASTER, CALIFORNIA: Aaron Carter, died on Saturday, November 5, at the age of 34. The rapper, who had a turbulent life dealing with addiction, tough romantic encounters, and tumultuous relationship with siblings, was found dead in the bathtub of his Lancaster home.

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Since his death, social media has been flooded with emotional tributes. Many celebrities like Hilary Duff, Diane Warren, and others took to their social media handles to share their thoughts on the 'Aaron's Party' singer. Here is a snapshot of celebrities who paid tribute to the late singer.

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One of the first celebrities who shared her tribute to the late singer was Aaron's ex-girlfriend, Hilary Duff. She stated in an Instagram post, "For Aaron- I’m deeply sorry that life was so hard for you and that you had to struggle in-front of the whole world. You had a charm that was absolutely effervescent … boy did my teenage self love you deeply. Sending love to your family at this time. Rest easy."

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New Kids on the Block band tweeted, "We are shocked and saddened about the sudden passing of Aaron Carter. Sending prayers to the Carter family. Rest in peace, Aaron."

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Courtney Stodden posted on Instagram stories, "He called me, confided but I stepped away due to threats by surrounding people. I hoped he'd heal but now he's at peace … I'm so gutted #ripaaroncarter #rip #tooyoung." In another story, she wrote, " Praying you are free from everything. The pain, the judgments, the weight of a heavy world.. I pray you're light, zen, and burning brighter than ever before."

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Courtney Stodden emotional on Instagram story (Courtney Stodden/ Instagram)
Courtney Stodden gets emotional on an Instagram story (Courtney Stodden/ Instagram)
Courtney shared her tribute to the late singer (Courtney Stodden/ Instagram)
Courtney shared her tribute to the late singer (Courtney Stodden/ Instagram)

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Meanwhile, Diane Warren tweeted, "Fame at a young age is often more a curse than a blessing and Surviving it is not easy. RIP Aaron Carter " Todd Bridges, on the other hand, wrote, "Addiction is a Horrible battle. It's a fight you can never stop fighting. Some of us get out to start over and some of us don't make it. God still loves us all no matter what. God and my mom and me saved my life. RIP Aaron carter my brother in Arms."

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Further, Trans activist and singer, Plastic Martyr wrote, "Aaron Carter was one of the first friends I made in LA. He was so supportive through my transition & was always a genuine friend. He introduced me to my first acting coach & helped me in more ways than I think he realized. I'll miss you. I wish I could hug you 1 last time. RIP."


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Carrie Jordan tweeted, "RIP Aaron Carter, You changed pop culture forever." "Rest In Peace @aaroncarter I’m sorry we couldn’t help you in time. It was a pleasure to tour with that man and witness his talent night after night, and I hold the memories of our conversations close in mind. Praying for the Carter family. He was far too young," said Jacob Underwood. 

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Bruno Amato said, "Addiction is a tough road. Rest in peace, Aaron Carter. Gone too soon." "Met Aaron Carter in 2018, funny, talented and cool. I felt that he was trying....he really was just trying to be happy. I'm sorry to hear of his passing.. Condolences to his family and fans," tweeted celebrity host, Loni Love.


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