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Steven Tyler crashes wedding reception

Steven Tyler crashes wedding reception

Steven Tyler accidentally walked into a wedding reception. See the picture below. Photo: WENN

Rocker Steven Tyler thrilled a pair of newlyweds over the weekend when he accidentally walked into their wedding reception.

The Aerosmith frontman stumbled across the party at The Four Seasons hotel in Washington, D.C. on Saturday and posed for snaps with the bride and groom and their guests.

The groom, real estate broker Jeffrey Roseman, posted a photo of himself and his bride Shirley Ramos flanking Tyler on Twitter, adding, “Look who happened to walk by our wedding at 4 Seasons DC (sic), this past wknd (sic), posed for pics w/ (pictures with) half the guests!”

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