In 1993, veteran lyrical rocker Meat Loaf achieved huge worldwide success with his enigmatic and explosive “I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)” jam. Michael Bay directed the video and Meat Loaf played a touching monster. It was crazy. Now, 28 years later, Meat Loaf is set to turn that song into a reality show, which is pretty crazy too.
Deadline reports that Meat Loaf will serve as executive producer on a new series based on “I would do anything for love (but I won’t do this)”. The show is produced by Nobody’s Hero, the production company founded by Christopher Potts and Jonty Nash, two of the people behind Netflix’s success. I have arrived! On the Meat Loaf show, Deadline claims the couples “will go head-to-head in a variety of comedic physical games designed to reveal how well they can work together and how much they really trust and believe in each other – all of it. on a soundtrack of classic hits, performed live in the studio by the original artists as well as new stars. They promise “absurd and sometimes frightening physical competitions, inspired and accompanied by ballads”. It sounds really weird!
Meat Loaf has experience in reality TV; he was once a contender over Donald Trump Celebrity apprentice. In recent years the man has said great things about Trump, and the last time we met him on this site he claimed that Greta Thunberg “had been brainwashed into thinking there was climate change and there is none. I probably won’t watch his TV show.