AEROSMITH's STEVEN TYLER Appears On 'Lizzie McGuire'
AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler made a special appearance on the Disney Channel program "Lizzie McGuire" Friday night (Dec. 6) playing himself and Santa Claus.
Tyler said he was first made aware of the show when he was in Disney World with his daughter Chelsea.
"We went to Disney World in Florida, and we were there for two weeks. And at night when your pups are barking and you've been walking all over the place, you watch television. And Disney's got this channel, and along with all the infomercials and what's going on in the park, is this 'Lizzie McGuire' show. And I'm sitting there watching it and I said, 'Chelsea, what is this show? What is this?' She goes, 'Oh, it's 'Lizzie McGuire', don't you know anything, Daddy?!' No. I've been to Israel, Maine, Spain, and Spokane, but I had not seen this 'Lizzie McGuire' show. And so I watched it, and I fell in love with the character."
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