Posts tagged "aerosmith"

Watch: Taylor Swift & Steven Tyler Sing Classic ‘Aerosmith’ Song As A Duet

Continuing Tay Tay’s epic 1989 tour brought on another person to her squad, but this time it’s a legendary dude!
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler hopped up onstage with Taylor to perform his 1997 smash hit “Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” and it was actually pretty sweet.
I have a love-hate relationship with all thing…

Katrin Higher / September 27, 2015

Old-School Wednesdays: Aerosmith’s “Cryin'”

In this classic video for Aerosmith’s 1994 hit “Cryin’,” Alicia Silverstone is having a bad day. Her boyfriend, baby Stephen Dorff, cheats on her, her car breaks down, and a hot dude tries to steal all her stuff. So she does what any fed-up lady would — and goes “over the edge” to piss her…

Julie Gerstein / September 29, 2010

Quickies: Aerosmith Seeks Steven Tyler Replacement & A Post-Mortem On The “Gossip Girl” Threesome

Now that Steven Tyler’s apparently out, who should become Aerosmith’s new frontman? [Entertainment Weekly] — EW has some interesting suggestions, but that’s beside the point — it just won’t be the same.
Strange fashions abound at a Beijing Fashion Week grad student show. [The Daily Mail] — How far does a look have to go…

Xiomara Martinez-White / November 10, 2009

Lily Allen Freaks Out In Concert

Lily Allen needs to take her own advice and smile. The 24-year-old started sobbing in the middle of her concert in Finland over the weekend. Through her tears, she told the audience that she had fallen and hurt her back the night before and was on painkillers. The pain and medication combo was making her…

Nikki Dowling / August 17, 2009

Megan Fox Dishes Dirt On Disney And Her Ex-Girlfriend

“Transformers” star Megan Fox, 22, is trying to outfox the Hollywood media by confessing all the sexy secrets of her wild past. The bikini-clad bombshell, who’s on the cover of the October issue of GQ, exposes more than just her cleavage for the magazine. In an interview, she talked about her life with a frankne…

Simcha / September 16, 2008