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Steven Tyler Pranks Miley Cyrus in Latest Bizarre Stunt (Video)

By    |   Tuesday, 03 Jun 2014 08:13 AM

Steven Tyler, in his latest bizarre stunt, attempted to slip a note under Miley Cyrus' hotel room door recently while the two musicians were in Helsinki, Finland.

The 66-year-old Tyler posted a video of the prank on Facebook Saturday with the caption, "ROOM SERVICE IN HELSINKI."

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In the clip, we see the Aerosmith front man sneak up to the "Wrecking Ball" singer's suite while whispering to the camera in his best Elmer Fudd impersonation.

"Oooooh, I think Miley Cyrus is here. But Shhhhh — she's very very sleepy," Tyler says as he tiptoes toward the 21-year-old singer's door.

Despite several attempts, Tyler fails to fit the note through the door, prompting him to address the camera and, in an almost creepily suggestive manner, say, "I can't seem to get it in her door, maybe I ought to bang on it."

Tyler eventually squeezes the note into the key card slot, telling the cameraman, "that's better," before creeping away with his clinking jewelry.

 


According to People Magazine, Cyrus later retweeted the video, however it is unclear whether or not the pair ever met up or what the note actually said.

The two artists were both performing in Finland's capital city, with Tyler singing at Helsinki's Hartwall Arena on Saturday night, and Cyrus taking her Bangerz tour to the same venue on Sunday, The San Francisco Chronicle reported.

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Steven Tyler, in his latest bizarre stunt, attempted to slip a note under Miley Cyrus' hotel room door recently while the two musicians were in Helsinki, Finland.
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