On the Thursday episode of the daytime talkshow "The Doctors," pop singer Aaron Carter reveals his health concerns that he may be HIV-positive and undergoes a test to find out his results on TV.
Carter, who weighed in on the show at 115 pounds, confessed he hasn't practiced safe sex with his previous partners.
The show's hosts, however, revealed that Carter, who came out as bisexual in August, was HIV-negative.
"That was the scariest thing I have ever done in my life," he said of the results being revealed. "After not getting annual checkups and testing and being safe, actually, being safe so I could be safe for others, more importantly. That's what scared me. I felt like I was putting people at risk with my body... I didn't have the courage to go face the music."
At one point, Carter hugs host Dr. Rodriguez after finding out his health results. The doctor also lets the singer know he tested negative for a number of STIs as well.
Nevertheless, Dr. Rodriguez stressed Carter needs help.
"In my opinion, you're not healthy... physically right now, I think your body is hanging on by a thread, seriously," he told the 29-year-old singer. "[Your mind] has to calm down... you are going a million miles a minute... until there is peace in your mind, the rest is not going to follow."
"I need help, I'm scared," he said.
Watch clips from Carter's appearance on "The Doctors" below.