Steven Tyler hurt in hotel fall
An Aerosmith concert in Paraguay will be postponed for one day after singer Steven Tyler fell in his hotel bathroom, hitting his face and losing two teeth, according to concert organisers.
Garzia Group spokesman Marcelo Antunez is calling the accident "minor".
Antunez says it will be the first time Aerosmith has played in Paraguay and organisers expected more than 50,000 people to attend the concert.
Antunez said Tyler was treated at a local hospital for cuts on his face and received two dental implants for the broken teeth.
He said the 63-year-old singer was "once again in the Bourbon hotel" recovering for the concert.
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