Steven Tyler announced he is stepping away as a judge on American Idol to focus on new music with Aerosmith! bit.ly – Subscribe Now! Facebook.com – Like Us! Twitter.com – Follow Us! American Idol judge Steven Tyler just announced that he will be stepping down from his judging chair. The Aerosmith rocker joined the show two seasons ago, and helped further the careers of winners Scotty McCreery and Phillip Phillips. In a statement released by Fox, Steven said, “After some long…hard…thoughts…I’ve decided it’s time for me to let go of my mistress ‘American Idol’ before she boils my rabbit.” Incase you guys are a tad lost by his words, yes—that was a reference to Fatal Attraction. Steven explained that doing Idol distanced him from making music, saying, ” I’ve got two fists in the air and I’m kicking the door open with my band.” He concluded by announcing that the next few years would be dedicated to making new music, calling it “the ultimate auditory takeover.” You guys can rest assured there was no bad blood between Steven and the Idol execs—he called the judging experience “over the top fun” but thinks it’s time to bring rock back! Aerosmith will be dropping a new album on November 6 and will tour shortly after. What’s interesting is that this news comes JUST HOURS after JLO strongly hinted that she’d be leaving the judges panel—with both Steven and JLO gone, we’re left with Randy Jackson and two (MAYBE 3?) open seats. Vote below on who your dream panel would be—and …
Steven Tyler singing Aerosmith’s Epic Song, Dream On, American Idol, Season 10, Finale
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