Michael jackson on the dating game show
Yeah, I know, I'm stressed out and I have a hiatal hernia and I deal with anxiety and I don't get an appetite. About anxiety and the pressures of growing up, and then also, more importantly, evolving. I'm not going to be doing "Aaron's Party" and "I Want Candy" anymore. What sort of advice did Michael Jackson give you about this? It was just talking about how I feel and how he feels. I will intellectually put you in your place, if you want to try to come at me like that. So when I'm not able to make them happy, I get sad, you know? The way I dealt with anxiety is I put it into the music. Do you remember the first time you realized you had an audience, that you were famous?
I get it, the 15-year anniversary of "Aaron's Party." OK, cool. Not really telling me what to do, because Michael didn't even know what to do sometimes.
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Carter was 10 when his first album was released in the U.
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