The “King of Romance” has gone on the offensive over pal Bonnie Tyler’s dismal result in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
Bonnie Tyler, the champion of the power ballad, carries the hopes of the United Kingdom into the Eurovision song contest in the Swedish city of Malmo this weekend.
The bad boys from Boston, Aerosmith, have touched down to a small but enthusiastic reception at Christchurch international airport. The band, with about seven trolleys of luggage in tow, posed with fans after being welcomed with a spirited powhiri in the arrivals lounge about 7.20pm
It may be the ultimate instance of American mixed feelings.
Aerosmith announced the cancellation of the remainder of its summer tour Thursday, more than a week after the band’s lead singer tumbled off stage in South Dakota. “Due to injuries Steven Tyler sustained last week when he fell from the stage during a concert in Sturgis, South Dakota, doctors have advised the lead singer to take the time to properly recuperate from the accident that resulted in a broken shoulder and stitches to his head,” the band said in a statement. The accident happened August 5 during a concert at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in western South Dakota.
Nearly a week after Aerosmith’s lead singer Steven Tyler fell off the stage at a South Dakota concert, mystery surrounds his current condition. A concert spokesman said Tyler, 61, was airlifted to a local hospital after suffering minor head, neck and shoulder injuries, according to The Associated Press. The band then postponed three concert dates in Canada and it’s unclear when they will resume touring.
Steven Tyler was airlifted to a hospital early Thursday after falling from the stage during a concert at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in western South Dakota, according to the Rapid City Journal newspaper. The Aerosmith singer, 61, reportedly suffered minor head and neck injuries and a shoulder injury, though the seriousness of his condition was unknown on Thursday.
"Well, what do you think?" his dad asked.