Steven Tyler drops 'F-bomb' on 'Today,' calls it 'Good Morning America'
Steven Tyler left quite an impression on the "Today" show on November 2.
The 64-year-old rock singer dropped the "F-bomb" on the live TV show and appeared to refer to the NBC series as a different morning show, announcing, "Good morning, America."
The accidental cursing took place when Tyler's band Aerosmith prepared to take the stage for a performance. According to E! News, Al Roker was giving an update on the weather while the band set up and Tyler can be heard in the background yelling, "Hey y'all... Thanks for coming out, you crazy [expletive]."
Roker reacted to the gaffe, joking, "What did he just say? That's why they haven't done mornings."
Tyler said "Good morning, America" at the beginning of the show, which prompted Matt Lauer to say, "No, no, no, no... That's why they haven't done morning television! They don't even know what show they're on!
Lauer also teased the band about their appearance on the show, asking how many of the band members just stayed up all night and were wearing their clothes from the night before.
Coincidentally, Tom Hanks dropped an "F-bomb" on "Good Morning America" on October 19 and immediately apologized.
Aerosmith toured North America this summer and are set to release its 15th studio album, the band's first major record in eight years, "Music From Another Dimension" on November 6.
Tyler's rep recently slammed Page Six's report that he had called off his engagement to 38-year-old model Erin Brady.
"Just as any couple goes through trials and tribulations in a relationship, Steven and Erin are asking for their privacy at this time," a rep for Aerosmith told E! News. "They are engaged to be married and each committed to their sobriety. Any claim to the contrary is absolutely false."
Tyler proposed to Brady in Hawaii in January 2012. The pair has been dating since 2006.
The singer has been married and divorced twice. The first time was to model Cyrinda Foxe from 1978 to 1987 and his second marriage was to clothing designer Teresa Barrick, which ended in 2006.
Tyler announced in July that he planned to leave his post as a judge on "American Idol," shortly after co-host Jennifer Lopez dropped out of the reality competition series.
Tyler and Lopez both joined "American Idol" in 2010 as part of a casting shakeup, aimed at boosting ratings. They have been on the decline for at least the past five years.
Tyler and Lopez were replaced on the "American Idol" judging panel by Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj, who signed on to fill the judging posts in September. The pair already appeared to have butted heads on the series, cursing each other out during an audition taping recently.
Watch a clip from Aerosmith's interview on "Today" below.