The great news keeps rolling in for former child star turned guy who does things sometimes Aaron Carter. He recently learned that he won’t have to go to prison for his DUI. He’s also expecting a baby any day now with his fiancée, Melanie Martin.

Carter spoke to TMZ about the upcoming birth of his first child. He says Melanie is due on November 18, but it could happen at any time. He also said they’ve already chosen a name for the baby.

Aaron and Melanie will name their newborn son Prince Lyric Carter. The Aaron’s Party star was close with Michael Jackson. The name is a tribute to the late singer. MJ used to refer to Aaron Carter as the “Prince of Pop.” Fortunately he’s not alive today to see how that designation has aged.

Melanie might have to forego a natural birth and deliver via c-section. She’s got anemia and ulcerative colitis, which place her in the high-risk category. The baby was also in a breech position, which can be dangerous, but has since settled into a normal position.

The duo is excited for their new arrival. Melanie unfortunately suffered a miscarriage last year. Melanie expects her family to be in town for the birth. Aaron Carter and his brother Nick Carter have been estranged for some time.

Aaron Carter has been trying to get some of that sweet celebrity boxing money recently. He’s tried to set up a fight with Soulja Boy. His efforts have yet to come to fruition. Carter has not fared well in the boxing ring in the past. Hopefully he is better at parenting than fighting.

What do you think of Aaron Carter’s choice of name for the new baby? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

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