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Steven Tyler Burger King Commercial: Aerosmith Legend Hocks Chicken Strips

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The critics who called Steven Tyler a sellout for becoming a judge on American Idol last year have more to bitch about today.

The Aerosmith frontman has just appeared in a new Burger King television commercial hocking their Crispy Chicken Strips. There’s no word on how much the fast good giant paid Mr. Tyler for his appearance in the ad, but we bet it’s a pretty penny. Noisecreep bets Gene Simmons is somewhere yelling at his agent.

Check out the commercial below and please keep in mind, this is the same guy who blessed this world with Toys in the Attic, we owe him a break. OK, maybe not.

Watch Steven Tyler’s Burger King Television Commercial

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