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Steven Tyler shows sweet emotion at LA Kings game

Steven Tyler (right) with an unidentified female companion.

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Steven Tyler (right) with an unidentified female companion.

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Aerosmith is hitting the road this summer with Slash, but in the meantime singer Steven Tyler is spending some down time in Los Angeles. The other night, the flamboyant frontman and an unidentified female friend (who, it should be noted, bears a strong resemblance to his former girlfriend, Erin Brady) had their noses pressed against the glass at the Los Angeles Kings playoff game against the San Jose Sharks. (Also in attendance were “Law & Order SVU” star Chris Meloni and One Direction’s Harry Styles.) Tyler was typically animated, with one nearby fan tweeting “When they’re playing ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ at the hockey game and Steven Tyler is singing it and your brain goes DOES NOT COMPUTE.”

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