STEVEN TYLER TO SUPREME COURT: LESS NUDITY!
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Steven Tyler has some choice words for the U.S. Supreme Court about nudity and profanity, and surprise -- he's against it. Tyler says, "There's a certain charm and passion and magic in not showing full-frontal nudity." He says it's "really hot when you only show a little." The Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday whether policing profanities and nudity on broadcast TV makes sense in the cable era. Opponents say with nine out of ten households subscribing to cable or satellite TV, viewers lose track of which stations are broadcast stations. Tyler has let profanity slip on "American Idol" but he opposes a whole stream of profanities on TV. He says it's more creative to go with innuendo than to be crass.