TMZ reports that Aaron Carter's first gig at a gay club following coming out as bisexual was tearful and triumphant, with the the onetime child star proclaiming, "Yes, I am a bisexual man... I am who I am."
He went on to point out two guys in the crowd he thought were "gorgeous" before pointing to a third and joking, "He's kinda cute."
Carter, who broke up with Madison Parker shortly after the two endured a high-profile arrest, declared that a new song he debuted at the club, "Hard to Love," had been written about her. Of Parker, he said, "Bye, Felicia!" (He's already moved on by asking Chloë Grace Moretz on a date.)
Aaron broke down in tears while telling the enthusiastic crowd, "I just wanna say thank you for believin' in me again, guys. And even if you don't, I still love you."
Aaron is getting some support for coming out, including kudos from rocker Adam Lambert. Lambert told Too Fab, "I think it's exciting that we're living in a time when people are feeling more open and honest about publicly declaring who and what they are."
In response, Aaron retweeted Too Fab's video, writing of Adam, "Thank you for always being a voice and being part of my journey without even knowing."