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Clash Quiz: How Much Did Steven Tyler Spend On Cocaine – $450K? $2M? $7.5M?

As shocking as it was, that’s not all he revealed, either. He admits that when he hit on a superstar friend of his daughter, Liv was quite upset.

The septuagenarian rocker was on James Corden’s show and was playing a game called ‘Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts’ — a game that melds ‘Truth or Dare’ with ‘Fear Factor’. Personal questions are asked and players can either choose to tell the truth or eat the disgusting fare chosen by the opposing player.

Right off the bat, Tyler was asked about the excessive life of the Rock Star and how much money he has spent in his decades as the front man for Aerosmith.

Asked how much he’s spent on drugs in his lifetime, he revealed: ‘About $2 million. I snorted half of Peru.’

Tyler then revealed that he made a pass at his daughter Liv Tyler’s friend, Cameron Diaz. He says that Liv was none too pleased.

The 70-year-old rocker was leaving a party thrown by designer Stella McCartney with the Armageddon star and her actress friend, and the 40-year-old beauty was unimpressed when her dad asked the Mask actress if he could take her out…

…He then told how he was seated next to Cameron – who is now married to Benji Madden – in a van on their way out of the bash and recalled: ‘I look at this beautiful woman.

‘I said, “Cameron, should you ever need someone to take you to the movies or you know, like, if I was to, you know, ask you to show me around London…”

‘And of course, Liv went, “Daddy, you’re hitting on my best girlfriend!” And I got ashamed for a moment.’
Source: Daily Mail

Interestingly, after all the revelations he was willing to make, Steven Tyler refused to rank his band members in order of talent.

Of course, his reason for not raking them made perfect sense.

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