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Steven Tyler drops the f-bomb on 'Today'

November 02, 2012|By Patrick Kevin Day

Steven Tyler and the guys from Aerosmith don't normally do morning shows, as they joked to Matt Lauer on "Today" on Friday morning. And with good reason, as Tyler soon demonstrated when he dropped an f-bomb while Al Roker was doing the weather.

Aerosmith made a special early morning appearance on "Today" to promote the band's new album, "Music From Another Dimension" by playing a live concert outside Rockefeller Center. But while Tyler and the band warmed up the crowd on stage, they apparently weren't aware that their stage patter could be heard on the live feed as Roker delivered the weather forecast.

"Hey, thanks for coming out you crazy..." Tyler said to the crowd.

After a moment, Roker responded, "What did he just say?" He then finished up the forecast and said to the camera, "That's why they haven't done mornings."

Tyler is following in the footsteps of Tom Hanks, who dropped his own f-bomb on ABC's "Good Morning America" last week.

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