AEROSMITH Frontman Makes A Terminally Ill Woman's Dream Come True

Lindsey Ward of the Winnipeg Sun reports: "When Jan Smirnov bought tickets for last Friday's AEROSMITH concert she had no idea she was on her way to achieving two important goals — to tell the world about her incurable disease and to snag a kiss from frontman Steven Tyler. Smirnov, 47, is confined to a wheelchair and doctors have told her she only has several years to live. She suffers from scleroderma, which forms scars on the skin and organs.

"During the AEROSMITH concert, Smirnov tried to get Tyler's attention by holding up a sign stating I love you Steve Tyler, meet me on the other side and kiss me before I die, Steve.

"At the time, she had no way of knowing whether she was successful. But after the concert she and her daughter, Laura, and several friends headed to the lobby of The Fairmont where the band was staying in hopes of stealing a kiss from Tyler." Read more

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