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Meat Loaf once became a bat out of hell in viral ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ feud with Gary Busey
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Meat Loaf explains how his musical career still lives decades later
John Rich sits with musician Meat Loaf and discusses his musical career and the struggles that come with stardom.
Meat Loaf captivated audiences with his theatrical, dark-hearted anthems, but when it came to Gary Busey, there’s no denying the rock superstar was a bat out of hell.
The singer, known for his tracks "Paradise By the Dashboard Light," "Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad," and "I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)," passed away at age 74. The singer, born Marvin Lee Aday, died on Thursday, according to a family statement provided by longtime agent Michael Greene.
While the artist made his mark both on stage and in Hollywood, he famously left a lasting impression in the reality TV series "The Celebrity Apprentice." The star appeared in Season 11, back when Donald Trump hosted the show.
There was one particular moment when Meat Loaf went viral for having an epic meltdown. In the episode, Trump assigned the teams the challenge of selling handmade art and custom-designed baseball caps. Meat Loaf completely lost it when he thought Busey took his supplies.
MEAT LOAF, THE 'I'D DO ANYTHING FOR LOVE' SINGER, DEAD AT 74