Steven Tyler

Harry Styles Face Plants at First One Direction Show on U.S. Tour (watch!)

Harry Styles of boy band “One Direction” joined an elite musical club after he was captured on a fan video taking a shocking tumble on stage during the first show of the band’s U.S. tour. In fact, so many stars have fallen on stage it seems like a rite of passage. Over the past few years, Kanye West, Selena Gomez, Steven Tyler, Iggy Azalea and Lady Gaga have taken stage tumbles while performing....

Taylor Momsen, the Last Rocker, Plays Revolution in Fla. (watch!)

Taylor Momsen, the last unabashed rocker in music, put on a head-banging show at Revolution Live, in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, backed by her band The Pretty Reckless. Call her the female Steven Tyler. Momsen seems like she’s been around forever because of her run on the CW show “Gossip Girl” starting in 2007. She was notorious for wearing revealing outfits and smoking cigarettes on the set in New York City when she was only 14....

Iggy Azalea Falls on Stage; Watch Other Artists Who Tumbled, Too!

Iggy Azalea endured another rite of passage on her way to rap stardom. She fell off the stage last Friday during a performance leading up to the MTV Video Music Awards. But don’t call her clumsy. She follows a long line of artists who tumbled while performing. In fact, stage veteran Jennifer Lopez warned her a while back that it was bound to happen. Now, she joins Steven Tyler, Lady Gaga, Shakira and a slew of others. ...

Steven Tyler Beats Jennifer Lopez to Punch; Quits American Idol

Steven Tyler is done as an American Idol judge after two seasons, just when his squawking, screams, yelps and effusive love for contestants were finding a groove on the show. Wait, is this about money? Because if money is the issue, they should pay Tyler, 64, what he wants. He started off a little slowly, but provided much needed color, personality and humor to a show that's showing its age....

Country's Luke Bryan Sorry About National Anthem (watch)

Country singer Luke Bryan didn’t flub the National Anthem last night (July 10) at the All-Star Baseball Game, but he’s apologizing nonetheless for repeatedly referring to crib notes during the song. That’s far better than Christina Aguilera, Scotty McCreery and Steven Tyler, who all sang the challenging song at major sports events and flubbed the lyrics....