So the Big News on the American Idol front this morning is free speaking sometimes foul mouthed American Idol Judge Steven Tyler for his F-word moment during a Casey Abrams critique last night. Normally, this would not be too big of an issue since American Idol has a delay built in specifically for Steven Tyler and anyone else who may decide to swear or say something objectionable during the live broadcast of American Idol. For some reason, the producers of the April 20th edition of American Idol managed to miss Steven Tyler Swearing live on American Idol. I guess they also moonlight as nighttime Air traffic controllers during their off time.
During Steven Tylers critique of Casey Abrams's rendition of 'Harder To Breathe' by Maroon 5, Steven Tyler emphatically stated
"There are millions of people in America that are really angry because you piss them off because you are f**king good"The network quickly went to commercial and when the show came back Steven Tyler was sitting at the judges' table with a piece of duct tape across his mouth. American Idol Judge Randy Jackson joked, "We had to silence him just for a second." Steven Tyler then removed the tape, stating "You can't keep me quiet!"
Whatever the case, Steven Tylers F-word moment went out live on the East coast and is sure to hit youtube until it gets censored out. For that reason, we will be including video of the uncensored American Idol episode where Steven Tyler swears and says the f-word live on American Idol. Why? well because all the teenagers who watch American Idol get all giddy when someone says "fvck" come on people, it is just a word that starts with an "f" and ends with a "K" Kinda like Frank, except with one less letter.
The big issue now is what the FCC will end up doing to FOX network, Fremantlemedia, and Steven Tyler. Remember the ever popular superbowl "wardwrobe malfunction" aka "Nip-slip" of a few years back when Janet Jackson showed the world her nipple? Well, that little publicity stunt ended up costing Jackson a fair chunk of change and the FCC is sure not going to let the Steven Tyler prime time swearing incident from American Idol slip under the radar.
So what are your thoughts? Is it really that big of a deal that Steven Tyler swore on American Idol last night? Do you think the Producers of American Idol specifically hired Steven Tyler in a big plan to have him say the "f-word", ah Fvck it, the word is fvck? Or do you think, maybe, just maybe, Steven Tyler is an FCC plant just to increase department revenues?