You might think Meat Loaf had been absent from the television airwaves lately for any number of reasons — like, say, the fact that his music appeals mainly to an older crowd, or the fact that he hasn’t had a hit single since 1995, or maybe even the complete mental breakdown he suffered the last time he starred on a reality show. But no: According to Mr. Loaf, TV programmers don’t like him because
Meat Loaf has revealed that he has seen — and talked to — ghosts several times in his life. “I’ve seen them, I’ve been around them,” he explains. “Some are just energy left behind, and some are intelligent.”
The Meat Loaf-Gary Busey feud came to a close on last night's episode of 'The Celebrity Apprentice,' as chairman Donald Trump (finally?) bid farewell to the Oscar-nominated actor.
In a tense boardroom meeting, a visibly frustrated Meat Loaf spoke about his team's disorganization, to the point where he could barely complete his sentences. Luckily for him, Trump decided to make him a very happy man,