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Steven Tyler Breaks Teeth?

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Steven Tyler apparently fell in a hotel bathroom in Paraguay and was hospitalized Tuesday. How bad was it?

Aerosmith was supposed to play in Asuncion, Paraguay on Tuesday night as part of its recently launched South American tour, but the show was postponed after Steven reportedly broke two teeth and suffered cuts to his mouth and his eyebrow.

TMZ says Tyler was battling dehydration caused by a bout of food poisoning at the time of his fall. His manager tells the website Tyler was hospitalized with “minor” injuries but has left the facility.

In August 2009, Tyler broke his shoulder after falling from the stage during an Aerosmith concert in Sturgis, South Dakota, bringing that show to an abrupt halt. He later admitted that he had been snorting the sleeping pill Lunesta prior to the gig.

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