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“When I was a kid, everyone called me Meat.”

The man, who was born Marvin Lee Aday (1947 or 1951, depending on who you believe), told The Post that his father remembered how he baptized him at the age of 9 months with a beautiful nickname.

On Friday night, Meat Loaf joined the great rock-n-roll band in the sky – but his legend of the savage lives on forever.

Proudly claiming to do “everything for love” and selling 80 million posts in the process, the “Paradise by the Control Panel Lights” sign was announced overnight on its official Facebook page . He was reportedly 74 years old. The cause of his death is unknown, but he was reported to have contracted COVID-19 in the last days of his life.

Undoubtedly, the big man from Dallas was a rock-n-roll showman, a theater veteran and a movie star, and he admitted that the truth would never stand in the way of his horror legend.

“The facts can hurt a good story,” he told The Post in his first major “return” in 1999. “And I believe in the philosophy of PT Barnum:“ It doesn’t matter what you say about me, just write. the name is correct. ‘”

Meat Loaf’s last public appearance is in mid-October 2021 at the Motor City Comic Con show in Novi, Michigan.

Here are some of the scariest events in your life like “Bats Out of Hell”.

Childhood trinity

Despite being overweight by hooligans, Meat Loaf also won her first ménage à trois at the age of 11, her first rock star.

“I drove the first three lanes in my mom’s car in fifth grade,” he proudly boasted to Rolling Stone in 2018. “Well, it was a makeup session with two girls – but it’s still a trio.”

Charles Manson set out on a journey with Meat

Charles Manson, a member of the Devil family, rubbed his elbows with many stars during his bloody days in Hollywood and even climbed up with a ridiculously meaty loaf of bread.

As Meat recalls in his 1999 memoir, “To Hell and Back,” Manson needed an elevator from Sunset Boulevard to the home of Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys.

As it turns out, “there was no Beach Boy, even though it was actually Dennis Wilson’s house,” wrote Meat, and the upset Manson told him that the world would end soon and that the singer’s fate would be decided. added that he could predict (probably because it caused his departure) with the destruction of the Earth).

Meat said he immediately forgot about the incident – until his evil crimes were exposed, until Manson’s demonic eyes appeared on a TV screen.

This royal knockout, a British game show featured in 1987 - Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Meat Bread.
In 1987, Prince Andrew, Sarah Ferguson, and Meat Bread co-starred in “This Royal Knockout.”

Dunking a flirtation with Prince Andrew, Fergie

Meat Bread participated in the charity tournament “It’s a Royal Knockout” in the UK in 1987, celebrities and members of the royal family dressed as girls, squires and singers in the amusement park, reports The Sun.

The television event raised millions for the charity and caught the attention of more than 18 million viewers, but the queen was furious that it made her family laugh.

The meatloaf was glad to put his hands on Prince Andrew and tell him the tale of the harassment. When Andrew “allegedly” tried to hit Meat in the ditch, the singer grabbed him.

“You can’t touch me. “I’m a king,” said the prince, as if Meat had replied, “Well, you want to push me into the ditch, Jack, I won’t tell you who you are, you’re going into the ditch.”

He “hates” me, boasted Meat.

In a 2003 interview with The Guardian, Meat told another high-profile story about then-married Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson: “Fergie didn’t flirt with me much, but she did.”

Meatloaf
Meatloaf in “It’s a Royal Knockout.”

He was a “group” ghost whisperer

“I’ve seen them – I’ve been around them,” Meat Loaf said in a 2012 shortlist interview. “Some are just energy, some are smart. I once chased someone across the room. ”

He said one of his first encounters with the dead was gangsterism.

“We saw a blonde girl in a white dress while we were making‘ Bats Out of Hell, ’” he said. “I went downstairs and told the guys, ‘There’s a group of people on the balcony.’

However, by the time the crew got there, the “group” had disappeared into the air – but his confidence in the ghosts had hardened. The music video for the song, which has been viewed almost 30 million times on Youtube, fits the rest of the world.

He made Cindy Adams stand up

In 2019, she, the great daughter of Meat Gossip: The Post itself, dared to stand up to Cindy Adams.

But he forgave her.

“I muttered and muttered as he flew in from his home in Nashville, Tenn., To watch his recent musical, Bats from Hell, off Broadway, and I got up three times. stood up, “Adams wrote in his column at the time. “I now know why he made me stand up. Standing up and his mobility is impaired.”

As it turns out, Adams has a soft spot for survivors: when he finally arrived for lunch with a legendary commentator, he suffered two serious falls. “His pace was slow. He has a reed and a partner to help, ”Adams recalled.

Meat told him, “I fell off the stage in Dallas – the theater was in Hyatt – and injured my neck. An ambulance wrapped in a mummy took me to the hospital. I lost 70 pounds. I lost Starbucks and cream. I lived on cheese. For 12 days the pain was so intense that they gave me medicine – but not as much as I had taken before.

Meanwhile, a second fall resulted in a ruptured rib, concussion and a trial.

“I turned down six rounds,” he told Adams at the time. “A year and a half of poverty,” he said. My last operation lasted seven hours. Listen, I’ve experienced it all. My group and I play live on a double-decker bus and in the rain. I did everything. “

Meatloaf in Manchester Apollo, England, 1981
In 1981, behind the scenes in Manchester, Apollo, England, a meatloaf.

He ate with “brainwashed” Greta Tunberg

In 2020, Meat schoolgirl accused environmental activist Greta Tunberg of being “brainwashed” – because global warming doesn’t exist.

“I feel Greta; his brain was washed to think there was and isn’t climate change, ”he told the Daily Mail.“ He didn’t do anything wrong, but he was forced to think what he said was true. “

The 19-year-old Tunberg replied – where else? – On Twitter: “It’s not about meat loaf. It’s not about me. It’s not about how some people call me. It’s not about the left or the right, ”he wrote. “It all depends on scientific evidence,” he said. And we are not aware of the situation. If we don’t start focusing everything on it, our goals won’t come to fruition anytime soon. ”

Brave “Bh Ts”

The legendary rocker has also starred in more than 65 films and starred in the midnight 1975 film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Wane’s World in 1991, and the Spice Girls list in 1997’s Spice World.

But perhaps his biggest influence in the film came as a protagonist nicknamed “Bh T-ts” in David Fincher’s 1999 cult hit “Battle Club”.

The multi-platinum recording artist showed nonsense, live Robert “Bob” Paulson, a dark fairytale of a brutal underground slug-fest “juicer” producing a body dying of cancer.

But before he reached the top 40 rock fame and movie stars, he was on board in 1973 for stage impresario Joe Papp at a popular public theater in New York.

Even then, he made bold choices and created legends.

“When I was in public theater, I told Joe Papp, ‘Maybe we shouldn’t use meatloaf in the program,'” the entertainer told The Post. “It was the first Shakespeare I did. Papp looked at me and said, ‘Ho. ‘sh, if Bill is alive today, do you think he won’t use your name?’

“Because he called Shakespeare Bill, I thought meatloaf was good.”

The meaty bread was heartbreaking like Robert
Meat Bread was heartbreaking when Edward Norton and Robert played Bob “Paulson” in the 1999 film Battle Club.

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