February 10, 2011, - 4:36 pm

Hilarious (& Sad) Videos of the Day: Steven Tyler, Pedophile

By Debbie Schlussel

I don’t watch the FOX waste of time, “American Idol,” where young Americans vie to become the next person dropped from their record label in six months.  Apparently, now, though, they’re also vying to become the next concubine of walking scarecrow, 62-year-old Steven Tyler (who will be 63, next month).  Like Jimmy Kimmel says, “that makes him old enough to be their grandmother.” For the record, I’ve met Tyler several times and have been in an Aerosmith video shot in Detroit (I was asked to be in it when I attended an Aerosmith concert).  He’s a nice, but sleazy and ditzy guy. And his and his bandmates’ low-life exploits are legendary and were on display when I met them. (The only decent one is Joe Perry, also a conservative.)


In “Walk This Way: The Autobiography of Aerosmith“, he proudly wrote about getting the parents of a 14-year-old groupie to make Tyler the girl’s legal guardian, so he could sleep with her (which he did for three years)–something his friend, questionable conservative hero and draft dodger, Ted Nugent, also did with a groupie.  Today, that would put them behind bars.  And that’s on top of the multiple “families” he’s fathered. So much for saying “Idol” is a “wholesome” show. And, in that vein, it’s doubly creepy to watch Tyler basically audition the girls who are auditioning for the position of next Tyler concubine.  You gotta watch all five of these very short videos, which are pretty funny but, more so, very sad. Again, remember that this guy is just shy of his 63rd birthday. Makes me miss the professionalism and sharp wit of Simon Cowell.

Watch the videos . . . .

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38 Responses

Wow. Yes, your are right and this is very sad. I have always loved Aerosmith (musically, up to “Done With Mirrors”) but what makes him think he can get away with this gross behaviour at his age?

It’s unbecoming and gross…even if he is a rock star. Too bad he can’t be ashamed of it.

Skunky on February 10, 2011 at 4:49 pm

LOL! Oh my gosh…so sad! (now that I viewed it)

What I liked about it is that a Comedian JK is using comedy but YOU KNOW behind all that comedy is the dark underbelly of this gross, douche-chilly behaviour. And at it’s base that ain’t so funny.

Skunky on February 10, 2011 at 5:11 pm

I think you have to much time on your hands. When you have to clip and edit entire shows, really maybe it is you that’s the pervert.

J: Ah, the airheaded Steven Tyler groupies have come out to play. Uh, Jimmy Kimmel Live edited all but one of those. Looks like you did even more drugs than Aerosmith. So sad. DS

Jenna on February 10, 2011 at 5:21 pm

    I agree with you, Jenna. These shots are edited for comedic purposes. Steven Tyler isn’t leering at these girls any more than Randy and Jennifer are. Jennifer has even said some things to younger male contestants that have never been brought up. In one episode when asked by a boy how old she was she said something about being young enough for him. She often has said how “cute” some of the boys are. Steven Tyler is being singled out. What do they want him to do, close his eyes and judge? These people who cannot think for themselves are the ones lacking in IQ, not you, Jenna.

    donna c on February 27, 2011 at 1:09 am

Not much difference between him and Roman Polanski if you ask me, sickening.

Jo on February 10, 2011 at 6:01 pm

I remember seeing the 14 year old scandal story on cable. It was one of those behind the scenes shows. His music doesn’t sound the same to me anymore. Like Michael Jackson stuff. Nugent has been benefiting from the short memories of a generation of idiots as well.
As I recall another band member was recalling the situation with some AMUSEMENT. Obviously he didn’t give a damn then or now.

samurai on February 10, 2011 at 6:14 pm

Since you brought it up what video were you in?

CaliforniaScreaming on February 10, 2011 at 6:30 pm

poster Jenna…

Intellegence of house-plant.

hill billy on February 10, 2011 at 7:02 pm

I have never watched “American Idol” but I have seen all of these clips because I do watch the first 20 minutes of Jimmy Kimmel’s program (And then usually shut off the TV. His interviews are never as entertaining as his monologues).

From the few clips I have seen of the program on his show and elsewhere, the whole thing looks like a deliberate exercise in psychological cruelty. It appears that the producers always make sure there are at least one or two contestants on every program who are completely tone-deaf, but genuinely aren’t aware of that fact.

When someone commits a serious crime, I will admit to feeling a genuine cathartic joy upon seeing them having to face the humiliating experience of being filmed while getting led away in handcuffs and an orange jumpsuit out of the courtroom on their way to prison (think O.J.)

I do not, however, enjoy watching some poor soul who obviously had previously only performed before members of his/her own family (who are all probably equally as tone-deaf), get up in front of millions and suddenly be alerted to the fact that he/she has absolutely no talent in such a publicly embarrassing manner.

Back in the 70s, one got the impression that most Gong Show contestants were kind of in on the joke, and knew they were just there to get laughed at in the first place. With this show, it simply doesn’t appear that way. From what I’ve heard, they not only film them making fools of themselves on stage, but also follow them with cameras off the stage after the performance just so the home audience can revel in their humiliation. Sorry, but I take no pleasure in someone being punished just for having a lack of self-awareness vis-a-vie their performing abilities.

I have no comment about Tyler’s inappropriate leers at some of the younger female contestants. When they gave him the job, I’m sure the casting directors were well aware of the fact that they weren’t exactly hiring a “refined gentleman of worldly charms and manners.”

Irving on February 10, 2011 at 7:12 pm


Fair enough, that you do.

A ubiquitous and impotent debate tactic is the old redirect and belittle the other strategy when one is unable or ill-equipped to argue the issue at hand, which in this case is the fact that Tyler is a sleezy guy.

In the time management category, its hard not to notice that you yourself seem to have time, indeed, not only to visit this site, but to also comment on said article on which your judgement refrenced. For my money, altho you are a dissenting opinion, its time well spent by DS.

Accordingly I would be willing upgrade you out of the house-plant category provided you conceed that the super bowl symbol does really look like a big hard, throbbing, erect, male mamber…not at all dissimilar to what we all understand happens to Steven Tyler when he sees an underage female…

hill billy on February 10, 2011 at 8:30 pm

I’m not one to make fun of people’s looks because they can’t help it….but Tyler is nothing to look at! I can’t see why any girl (except Rosie O’Donell) would want to be with him, besides for his money.

Globe Warmer on February 10, 2011 at 11:55 pm

I watched the first one, that was all I could stomach. Sometimes it’s better to simply listen to the music and not watch the musicians.

kenny komodo on February 11, 2011 at 12:01 am

I remember when Aerosmith came out in the late 70’s they had a hit , but were not that special. And they still aren’t. …As for American Idol…..it’s BS Karaoke, an insult to any band that ever took to a stage at the local bar and later went on tour, and an insult to any songwriter who actually took the time to write a song. Cowell? He’s part of the problem. He nees to be doing late night infomercials for kitchen utensils. In short, I want to watch Idol like I want to watch an elephant take a dump.

Not Ovenready on February 11, 2011 at 12:13 am

Let’s not forget that he didn’t know he was Liv Tyler’s dad for many years, basically until she started getting into acting.

On a funny note, we briefly saw the season premier of “Idol” this year, and my son looked and said “GOD! Who’s that old lady next to J. Lo?” Once I stopped laughing and could pick myself up off the floor I explained it was actually Stephen Tyler, lead singer of Aerosmith who ironically had a song called “Dude Looks Like a Lady.”

BTW, in the second video where he was going ch-ch-ching, J. Lo wasn’t smiling. She was gritting her teeth! LOL

Sean on February 11, 2011 at 8:23 am

Don’t waste my time ever to watch Idol…….

RD on February 11, 2011 at 8:58 am

Never watched the show. Amazing to me that people get into this sort of thing. So stupid it’s funny at the same time.

GC on February 11, 2011 at 9:24 am

Put a bag over his head

haley on February 11, 2011 at 9:30 am

I am sure his daughter is happy that her dad is eye-ing 15 year old girls.

Mats on February 11, 2011 at 9:38 am

Caligula had nothing on this creep!!

juniper on February 11, 2011 at 12:07 pm

After watching the above vids(I never watch the real program) I just hope that some father takes the old nasty bastard to a secluded area and deals with him. Fox is a co-conspirator. Disgusting. Just repulsive. It’s just criminal.

samurai on February 11, 2011 at 12:07 pm

Hey Tyler, the long hair was cool 1965-1985. Then 9-11 happened. It’s not cool anymore.

Truth on February 11, 2011 at 12:20 pm

He looks like Carly Simon……Enough said.

wolf2012 on February 11, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    LOL! I don’t know who that insults more, Steven Tyler or Carly Simon!

    Hardy Har on February 11, 2011 at 2:38 pm

“Janie’s Got A Gun” seems ironic after reading that.

The Man Has Got To Be Insane! on February 11, 2011 at 2:40 pm

He’s not a pedo if the girl he bounced is past puberty, which I’d around 12.

Father Mcmarty on February 11, 2011 at 3:07 pm

I see nobody has mentioned the fact that the black guy on the panel seems to be joining right in with Tyler as he makes his wierdo comments. Lopez just acts oblivious to everything around her. Typical libs.

samurai on February 11, 2011 at 3:58 pm

You guys are just jealous. What’s a guy supposed to do with a bunch of young girls who want to be ogled? If you don’t want the attention, don’t strut around showing it off then.

David Lanham on February 12, 2011 at 3:08 am

American Idol is no different than the rest of the Hollywood culture.

They showcase 12-16 year old girls, and sell them on their sexuality. Then, when they hit their 20s most get thrown away if they haven’t already fallen into drugs/sex/rehab.

Why any right-thinking parent would want to have their children see any of this, or worse yet believe in any of it, is beyond my comprehension.

pitandpen on February 14, 2011 at 3:01 am

Steven Tyler is pathetic, but parents who allow their daughters to be involved with him are criminals.

Naomi Romm on February 14, 2011 at 8:22 am

You guys just don’t get it, do you.

It’s freakin’ American Idol, an entertainment show, and it is more entertaining than ever this year.

In case you didn’t know it, or refuse to believe it, Steven Tyler is America’s greatest living rock star. He is our Mick Jagger, like it or not. I’m thrilled that he decided to do this show during Aerosmith’s down time.

Can he be a little creepy? Of course he is, I’d be dissapointed if he wasn’t and he hasn’t let me down.

What does the public think of him now? It was just announced that Aerosmith sales have shot up 250% since Idol began this season. Plus, a new album and tour are planned right after the season finale.

In other words…genius move on Steven’s part.

And Joe Perry being the “decent one”… Ha Ha, good one.

Stan on February 14, 2011 at 4:32 pm

    Ha, you so see how it is Stan! Most of the other posters here just follow along like sheep. Although, being female, I do not think he is creepy at all, even though he is considerably older than I am. He appreciates attractive females – most of us find that flattering. I assume if your trying out to be a star and wearing short tight clothing that’s the goal. Appreciating a woman’s attractiveness doesn’t make a man a pervert! If he started trying to see them after the show or something, then I’d say something was wrong.

    donna c on February 27, 2011 at 1:19 am

Nothing much to add to this thread, but here’s one for the books and from personal experience as an addict.

If someone crows about how great sobriety can be and boast about clean time like it’s a major achievement, that person is still using.

‘niff said.

The Reverend Jacques on February 14, 2011 at 11:10 pm

Once again with spell check…

If someone crows about how great sobriety can be and boasts about clean time like it’s a major achievement, then that person is still using.

‘nuff said.

There. Hmph.

The Reverend Jacques on February 14, 2011 at 11:13 pm

I love him! Always have! He can come find find me..i will be 1 of his girls lol 27…63 in his case i dont care

wildflowerpretti on March 3, 2011 at 11:44 am

    yeahhhh!!! ^_^ you love mister sexy steven tyler too. everyone else on here is just jealous they cant be as popular and sexy as he is. i hopeto meet and ‘get’ him one day. 😉

    Brittany Wartooth on May 25, 2012 at 11:30 pm

Don’t watch “Idol” either. However, on Youtube, happened to stumble onto Adam Lambert. That voice! He’s got a real charm, and he’s a chameleon — he can do anything. He’s the only good thing to ever come out of “Idol.”

anti-jihadist on August 4, 2011 at 12:47 am

i would actually love to be his groupie (or hopefully wife or steady girlfriend). i think he is sexy aand i want him and would never in my wildest dreams pass up the opportunity to get with that sexy hunk. 😉

Brittany Wartooth on May 25, 2012 at 11:18 pm

I was unable to watch the videos you posted, but if you watch the Aerosmith video “Jaded” with Mila Kunis, you will feel sorry for her and see the pedophiliac undertones in that video. Steven Tyler is positively VILE! He looks like a crazy, strung out, creepy woman and his big lips have always scared me! I can’t imagine a woman being attracted to him!! UGH!!!!!

Tatiana on July 3, 2014 at 6:29 pm

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