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Aerosmith celebrates frontman Tyler's new "Idol" career

Here's how Aerosmith celebrated frontman Steve Tyler's deal to become one of the judges on "American Idol" next season.

It appears Tyler's band mates think he needs to taken down a peg. Literally.

Performing Tuesday night at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry hip-checked Tyler, who's a little bit of a thing, right off the stage and into the audience. Tyler attempted to get the upper hand after his embarrassing tumble, by announcing to fans, "It ain't gonna happen again, baby!" according to TMZ, which got the footage and audio.

Hopefully Tyler will have honed his comeback lines by the time he debuts on "Idol."

By Lisa de Moraes  |  August 18, 2010; 3:35 PM ET
Categories:  "American Idol"  
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Who is this old guy? Why is he relevant now?

Posted by: Stormy1 | August 18, 2010 4:51 PM | Report abuse

I love Aerosmith.

That being said, Tyler + Idol = HUGE Mistake

Posted by: paperboy76 | August 19, 2010 8:20 AM | Report abuse

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