STEVEN TYLER AND ALEXIS ARQUETTE: SOMETHING IN COMMON

American Idol is doing everything they can to drive up the sagging ratings and former judge Steven Tyler was a good sport to dress up in drag. He livened up the auditions in Oklahoma City be pretending to be a contestant named Pepper. It didn’t take long for the judges to see through the disguise, but we couldn’t help but notice he bore a striking resemblance to transgendered Alexis Arquette. Only Alexis is younger and has better makeup. They do have similar lips.

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12 thoughts on “STEVEN TYLER AND ALEXIS ARQUETTE: SOMETHING IN COMMON

  1. I don’t know, Janet, Keith and Randy cottoned on right away, but Nikki seemed to take forever to figure it out.

  2. Grasping at straws. Do people still watch this rubbish ?

  3. Well, he did front all of his concerts for Aerosmith in the 80’s and 90’s in drag.
    Dude looks like a lady.

  4. I didn’t think it was possible but he’s even uglier as a woman.

  5. Hopefully AI will soon go away.

    “Alexis” and all the AIDS spreading ‘vestites should be sent straight asway to GAY Island!

  6. I’m confused, why would mr. tyler, do this for laughs? This is soooo beneath him. Does he owe someome or is that his thing?

  7. He did it for laughs and to show no hard feelings regarding his comments which Nicki Minaj thought were racially charged.

    Absolutely love Steven Tyler(and Aerosmith). After all these years and all the success the man can still make fun of himself.

    We are not worthy.

  8. I feel threatened by gays. I’m not sure why? Maybe if I was more secure in my own manhood I could accept them as human beings who have a right to be happy even though they are different from me. I just feel better about myself when I try to make someone else feel bad. Am I wrong? I know every species engages in same sex behavior but I don’t like to think about reality, history or facts. I like to do what makes me feel better. Truth be damned!

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