Aaron Carter might be second-guessing his recent tweets to Chloe Grace Moretz.
ET's Carly Steel met up with the 29-year-old singer at Project Angel Food's 27th Annual Angel Awards Gala on Saturday, where he confessed he hadn't yet heard back from the actress after asking her on a date via social media. Carter reached out to Moretz, 20, after she admitted to having a childhood crush on the star during a recent interview with Variety.
"No, [she hasn't responded], and that's OK," Carter told ET. "She doesn't know me, and like she said, maybe we'll meet one day. I think I was being a little too flirtatious on Twitter."
The "Sooner or Later" singer reiterated that the crush was mutual.
"I think she's beautiful," he said. "I actually had a crush on her before she even knew it. I just thought she was too young for me. Which, there was a time when she was too young; I'm going to be 30 this year."
Carter, who presented an award to Marianne Williamson -- the founder of Project Angel Food, a nonprofit organization in Los Angeles County which provides free meals for men and women too sick to shop and cook for themselves -- wore a white faux fur coat to the Los Angeles event and added that he's "always" dressed "kind of out there."
"I've always dressed like this, it's just, I'm bringing it back now," he said. "I've always been kind of out there, I guess. I got this at Typhoon today, it's on Melrose."
The star added that he also did his own makeup for the event.
"I went to Sephora and got myself some Laura Mercier concealer, a little bit darker, and I got airbrushed makeup," he said. "I like to do my own stuff, I like to style myself."
Following the event, Carter posted a video to social media saying he was about to embark on a road trip alone across the country to his home state of Florida. He also clarified that his coat is faux fur.
"I'm driving by myself, wish me luck," he said in the clip. "By the way, this is faux fur. I just want to be clear about that. I don't wear real fur and don't support it. But I'm about to go on a little solo journey, and I'm actually looking forward to it."