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Steven Tyler Falls In The Shower, Knocks His Teeth Out

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Oct. 25 2011, Published 6:30 a.m. ET

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Steven Tyler was taken to hospital on Tuesday after he fell in a shower in a Paraguay hotel room, has learned.

The Aerosmith singer was spotted by a bellboy at the Bourbon Hotel in Asuncion, who claimed that Tyler had knocked several teeth out and cut his face, reported

The man, who identified himself as Gustavo Perez, told local radio that Tyler slipped when he was taking a shower and "had a nasty fall" and had been taken to a local emergency room.

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Ryan Seacrest expressed his concern for the American Idol judge on Twitter when he heard the news about his co-star's accident.

"I reached out to @IamStevenT, trying to find out how he's doing. Hearing he had a bad fall in a hotel room in Paraguay," the reality host tweeted on Tuesday.

The 63-year-old singer was due to perform with Aerosmith in Paraguay later that evening, but instead he was being treated for a cut eyebrow, injuries to his mouth and two broken teeth, reported the country's biggest newspaper, ABC.

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This is not the first time the star has taken a high-profile tumble.

As previously reported, Tyler suffered head, neck, and shoulder injuries in August 2009 when he fell off a catwalk while performing in an outdoor concert in South Dakota.


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