AEROSMITH Singer's 'Brand Tyler' To Include 'Wonder Pets!' Animated Series
According to TVGuide.com, AEROSMITH singer Steven Tyler has voiced an upcoming episode of the American animated children's television series "Wonder Pets!" The episode, which is scheduled to premiere October 15 at 10 a.m. EST, pays homage to "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" as the Wonder Pets try to track down the Mad Hatter (Tyler), Queen of Hearts (fellow singer Idina Menzel) and Cheshire Cat (Ziggy Marley) to invite them to a special tea party.
"What a blast! It's something I've wanted to do forever and to get a chance to do this is just another dream come true, another feather in the cap!" Tyler said in a statement about the upcoming special.
"Wonder Pets!" follows the adventures of three classroom pets — Linny the Guinea Pig, Ming-Ming Duckling, and Turtle Tuck — who travel around the globe helping to rescue animals who need their help.
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