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Guess Those Rock Star Boobs!

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While y'all were nursing a hangover on New Year's Day, one newly engaged musician kicked off 2012 with a topless Hawaiian snorkeling adventure.

This rock 'n' roller's chest looks great for a 63-year-old woman but alarmingly droopy for a 63-year-old man. Sadly, however, this person is in much better shape than Crossfade -- one doesn't shed too many pounds blogging 'bout topless pop stars.

Can you guess who the mystery musician is?

Three Hints

1. Big-lipped Bostonian

2. Suffers from hepatitis C

3. Loves scarves 

That's right, it's Steven Tyler of Aerosmith (check out the topless picture on TMZ), and this dude's chest is really starting to look like a lady's. The legendary frontman and American Idol judge was in Maui over the holiday with his fiancee, Erin Brady.

The couple spent New Year's Eve at a Karaoke bar where Tyler tackled The Beatles' "Come Together" with pals Weird Al Yankovic and Alice Cooper. No word yet as to whether the trio's taking the show on the road.

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