Alicia Silverstone had a “Crazy” encounter on Thursday — the actress reunited with Liv Tyler, with whom she starred in Aerosmith’s 1994 music video for “Crazy.”
The video follows Silverstone and Tyler as two high schoolers cutting class to embark on an adventurous day of wild antics. The video role served as the acting debut of Tyler, daughter of Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler. Silverstone had starred in two Aerosmith videos prior to “Crazy”: “Cryin” and “Amazing.”
“I remember I was in high school when I made it,” Tyler recalled to MTV in 2014, 20 years after the video had been released. “And I would wake up in the morning for school, put on the MTV countdown, and when the video would come on I’d get so embarrassed. That’s when I would get in the shower, I remember that. Wow, that’s a long time ago.”
Tyler also pitched her idea for a remake of the video, were it to ever happen: “Me and Alicia walking around, the MILFs or something? With our children running around behind us?”
The two actresses have certainly come a long way since their music video days. Both shot to superstardom just one year after “Crazy” thanks to starring roles in beloved 1995 films: Silverstone starred in Clueless, and Tyler in Empire Records.