Uh-oh! It looks like Kylie Jenner is in trouble AGAIN!
Hmm... so essentially the gorgeous gal's palette is a better deal? You don't say!
Steven Tyler is one sassy man!
Look at him posing it up and mugging it for the camera at the CMA Awards in Nashville on Wednesday!
The Aerosmith frontman rocked satin boot-cut trousers and a pale beige and black blazer that wouldn't be at all out of place on stage!
He's looking as good as ever at 67 years of age!
Isn't he such a sharp-dressed man, Perezcious readers???
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You're fired, Donald Trump!
Well, not exactly — but Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler is threatening to lay the legal smackdown on the presidential candidate over his campaign's use of the famous hit song Dream On!
On Sunday, the 67-year-old legendary rocker sent a cease-and-desist letter to the GOP candidate's campaign, asking them to stop playing the tune at rallies and campaign events — and it's apparently the second time The Donald has been warned about using Tyler's track!
The letter focuses on implied endorsement — that is, Tyler and the band don't want it to seem as though they are on Trump's side based on the fact that the 69-year-old candidate publicly uses their song for political events:
Prepare yourselves, because Mr. Squarepants is coming to Broadway!
The SpongeBob Musical is in the works, and it'll open in June 2016 in Chicago before moving on to the Great White Way for the 2016-2017 season.
Directed by Tina Landau, The SpongeBob Musical will feature original songs by Aerosmith frontmen Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, and include other original songs from The Flaming Lips, John Legend, Lady Antebellum, Cyndi Lauper, Panic! At the Disco, Plain White T's, They Might Be Giants, and T.I.
What the what?! T.I.??
Landau said of the musical:
All children get embarrassed by their parents, and famous families are no exception!
Thanks to the internet, penis pictures began circulating the world wide web, but the dong drama didn't end there!
Naturally, Zoë got wind of the c*ck convo, and just had to break the news to Steven's daughter, Chelsea! The 26-year-old shared a snap from their own conversation on Instagram!
Ch-ch-check out their thoughts on their dads dishing d*ck details on social media (below)!
It appears we weren't the only ones shocked by Lenny Kravitz's in-concert penis snafu on Tuesday. After splitting his pants on stage and having his manhood go viral, Steven Tyler sent The Chamber performer the perfect response to cheer him up following his peen drama.
Kravitz took to Twitter to share a screenshot of a text from the Aerosmith frontman.
Just in case anyone needed a reminder, the American Idol judges can still SLAY on stage!
J.Lo showed off her voice and slowed it down, singing Rihanna's Diamonds — appropriately decked out in a jeweled dress that complimented her curves!
But the performance didn't end there! The 45-year-old joined her fellow judges to perform Bruno Mars' Locked Out Of Heaven (above)! The trio really did sound great jamming together, and even got Urban's wife Nicole Kidman bopping her head in the audience!
Also in the finale was the debut of ex-Idol judge Steven Tyler's new country song Love is Your Name!
The Aerosmith lead was joined on stage by top three contestant Jax, who held her own performing Janis Joplin's Piece Of My Heart with the rock legend!
Watch the killer duet (below)!
Actually, the two are both big country fans; rocker Steven is releasing a country album and Dr. Phil has admitted he "loves" the genre.
Rounding out the list of presenters are: Beth Behrs (which makes sense since the ceremony airs on CBS), Cowboys QB Tony Romo (Texas, duh), Kelly Clarkson (crossover superstar), Hunter Hayes, and Thomas Rhett.
Thomas will be pulling double duty; he's also slated to duet with Cole Swindell.
Other performers include Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley, Reba, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Keith Urban, Brooks & Dunn, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, and Rascal Flatts.
Be sure to come back Sunday for full coverage of the ACM Awards.
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