Did Carrie Cut a Duet With Steven Tyler for Aerosmith’s Album?

“Stealing @Aerosmith thunder. . . ,” drummer Joey Kramer posts.

OK, you know that Carrie Underwood and Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler performed together at last year's Academy of Country Music Awards. You know they did a CMT Crossroads episode together.

But has the unlikely duo taken the relationship to the next level?

One "well-connected" Aerosmith fan posted on Facebook last week that Carrie and Steven cut a country duet that will appear on the band's next album, Music From Another Dimension, coming out Aug. 28, according to mjsbigblog.com.

That fan, known as AeroFANatic, said the band cut a country song, and that the songwriter lobbied the band to turn it into a duet with a female country singer. Who better than Carrie?

No response yet from Carrie's publicist.

What gives this rumor a little bit of cred is that the post was deleted after Aerosmith's drummer, Joey Kramer, said viaTwitter, "Stealing @Aerosmith thunder look up the word PROSECUTION!"

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