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They are either unaware of the brothers' political incompatibility or firmly believe that familial bonds can withstand the test of lunacy.
Nick Carter spends his downtime tweeting the link to his little brother's new single (which is called "Fool's Gold," which is already the name of a One Direction song and a Kate Hudson movie, but okay).These are choppy waters that Carter is navigating, and having a vocally affectionate fanbase is a vital emotional support layer, as well as the first hurdle to cross to re-achieve relevance.While my wariness of Carter's personal renaissance strategy is probably apparent by now, Nick Carter's 588,000 Twitter followers express unconditional approval for every single thing he does.I do not think they need to be exposed to the outer limits of human brattiness.See for yourself: That is just a tiny sampling from a fount of kindness!Imagine if your social media accounts got no response from eggheads, haters, Gamergaters, "actually"-ers, garden variety trolls, or boys.
Imagine if the only people who commented on your life were your mom and her most true-hearted, liberal-minded friends. This tweet, I am embarrassed to admit, made me MLOL (mean laugh out loud) for about 45 seconds.
Nick Carter, formerly of a boy band that some people love but that I have really no time for, (because I'm busy tracking the every movement of Harry Styles and his affiliates) is currently working on a career comeback.
He has been touring in support of his third solo album All American (turns out this is not already the title of a Carrie Underwood album), hosting a series of elaborate meet-and-greets called "Appetizing Afternoons," and heavily promoting the made-for-TV zombie movie Dead 7, which he recently starred in (and wrote! The recently-released second single from Carter's new album is a pretty catchy, nostalgia-riddled pop-punk summer jam called "19 in 99," which I am pleased to inform you includes the lyrics "I'm too rad to get mad / I'm rolling down my windows and I'm turning up Tupac / I'm rocking Tupac" and "I'm in my Reeboks." Post-boyband career comebacks are always tricky, and they fail nearly 100 percent of the time (with Justin Timberlake serving as the exception that proves the rule).
The replies to this tweet are universally complimentary, steeped in empathy and love, and resplendent in their charity.
I don't know who these people are, who love so unconditionally, but I hope we never meet.
Backstreet Boys star Nick Carter and his wife Lauren Kitt are celebrating the arrival of a healthy baby boy.