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Steven Tyler Sings to Skittles in Super Bowl 50 Ad [WATCH]

by Alyssa Ladzinski   Feb 3, 2016 16:48 PM EST

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There's five days left until one of the biggest sporting events of the year, Super Bowl 50, which will bring viewers the ultimate showdown between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers. One thing that fans look forward to almost, if not just as much as the game, are the commercials. Aerosmith's Steven Tyler just recently shared his own rockin' rainbow ad for Skittles, which finds the singer critiquing a portrait of himself made from the fruity candy.

The 30-second ad shows the rock 'n' roll legend and up and comping country star viewing the portrait of himself for the very first time.

Making it known he's not the biggest fan of the outcome, the "Love Is Your Name" singer admitted "That's E to the Z ooh twiddly-dee 'sgusting!" to which the rainbow-colored portrait, complete with Tyler's signature plump lips, quipped back, "You haven't heard me sing didlley-ding yet."

The Skittles-crafted portrait continues on to sing the chorus to "Dream On" when Tyler requests the pitch to go "a little higher" and "higher" until the pictures falls to pieces.

Although the members of Aerosmith feel pushed to the back burner, the "I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing" singer is still in the midst of preparing his as of yet untitled, debut solo album, which doubles as a country LP. The album has been in the works for a number of years, with two singles "Love Is Your Name" and "Red, White & You" to show for it. The LP will seemingly release at some point in 2016.

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