Old Dude Who Looks Like a Lady Falls Offstage ... Again



Aerosmith -- back when they could walk without falling over
  • Aerosmith — back when they could walk without falling over

Remember when Aerosmith's Steven Tyler fell offstage at a concert last year? Of course you do. The singer broke some bones or something and had to cancel his band's big summer tour, which started a pissy and very public feud with his guitarist.

Apparently he's at it again. At Tuesday's concert in Tornoto, Tyler tumbled offstage again. This time, it sounds like it's guitarist Joe Perry's fault (unlike last year's incident, where Tyler was bouncing around onstage like a Fruity Pebbles-inflicted six-year-old and bounced his ass right offstage).

According to Reuters, Perry backed into the singer and accidentally bumped him offstage. Considering all the bad blood between these two over the past year, we're gonna guess he was probably pushed.

Don't worry, fans — Tyler got back up this time and continued the show. So he and his band are all set to keep rolling across the country (and skip Cleveland) on their current tour. —Michael Gallucci

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