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Win No Secrets, Aaron Carter & Jimmy Neutron CDs & Posters

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My Perfect Aaron Date Would Be..? Vote!

  • Going to a carnival & gettin' real cozy on the roller coaster.
  • Hang with him while he's workin' on his music.
  • A picnic at the beach would be awesome.
  • We could do nothing - I'd be happy just staring at him!

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