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Steven Tyler Dropped F Bomb and 'Good Morning, America' on 'Today'

November 2, 2012 (5:28 pm) GMT
Ahead of Aerosmith's eight o'clock in the morning performance, the rocker called the studio crowd 'f**kers'.
Steven Tyler, Aerosmith

gave NBC's "" quite a headache during his appearance on the morning show with his band . The former "" judge dropped an F bomb and might have mistaken the show with another station's.

Host Al Roker was live on camera to give the weather update while Aerosmith warmed up the crowd behind him. Tyler was unaware that his mic was on. He told the audience, "Hey y'all...Thanks for coming out, you crazy f**kers." Having heard that, Roker quipped, "What did he just say? That's why they haven't done mornings."

Earlier, Roker was already convinced that the band have not done a morning show before when Tyler shouted in a cutaway shot, "Good morning, America." The host commented with a laugh, "No, no, no, no. That's why they haven't done morning television! They don't even know what show they're on!"

Parents Television Council has not stepped forward with a protest regarding the F bomb. The TV watchdog was recently quick to slam actor when he accidentally slipped out the word on "". Director of public policy Dan Isett said in a statement, "Once again, a morning news show has allowed the harshest profanity to be broadcast into every living room and breakfast table in the country."





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