Okay, whoa whoa whoa! Pause for a second. What the HELL is going on?!
Check out this absolutely INSANE clip from last night's episode of The Celebrity Apprentice, featuring Meat Loaf pretty much having one of the most epic meltdowns we've seen on reality television in quite some time…and all over art supplies (above)!
Yeah. That actually happened.
Which is pretty sad, when the one remaining calm and collected during the rage is Gary Busey!
Geesh! We hope he's gotten whatever issues he was going through all straightened out!
Nobody should be walking around every day with that kind of anger in them.
Although original Rocky Horror castmembers Meat Loaf and Barry Bostwick are signed on to appear in the film's upcoming tribute on Glee, Tim Curry, who played the iconic Dr. Frank-N-Furter, has reportedly turned down the opportunity to appear on the smash series!
His spokesperson reveals:
"He will not be doing [Glee]."
We definitely think they should grab Susan Sarandon while she's still interested, then!
She'd probably be HIGHlarious!
What do U think?? Are U disappointed that there will be no Frank-N-Furter??
Meat Loaf is set to release Hang Cool Teddy Bear this May and the album is about "a mysterious military man." He describes:
"It's the story of a soldier. He's been in battle and he's lying face down on the ground. He can't move, but he turns his head and starts to see blood run across the ground, and so he thinks he's going to die.
"They always say you see your life flash backward when you're about to die. But his life flashes forward - into what possibly could happen. He sees what his life could be: the good and the bad.
"The songs are the different scenarios he finds himself in. It's not always the same time or the same place, but it's always the same woman. But I don't want to give too much away. I want people to work it out for themselves."
The album features songs written by Justin Hawkins, formerly of The Darkness, and Kara DioGuardi who even sings on the album!
Also appearing are Jack Black in the duet "Like a Rose" and Hugh Laurie will play the piano on "If I Can't Have You!"
Pretty star-studded — we guess everyone's a Meat Loaf fan!
Recently, a close source to Anna is spilling the beans about the 27-year-old mother, and what was unearthed may surprise you.
Born Anna Keller, the TLC personality had a similar upbringing to that of her husband.
She was one of eight children, and her parents -- Mike and Suzette Keller -- also preached Christian ideals.
In fact, they were even more strict than Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar!
The source reveals:
"Her parents are even a little more extreme."
Growing up, the 27-year-old was extremely close to her sister Susanna.
"Growing up, they were attached at the hip… They did everything together."
And get this… Miz Keller was even quite the sassy queen!
"She's really fun. She was always the bossy sister, but in a fun way. If she and her siblings were playing a game, she would make sure they were doing it exactly by the rules. They always had a good time together."
In 2006, the then teenage Anna met Josh at a Christian homeschooling convention but wasn't allowed to divulge her feelings about him to her siblings.
"That's not something that's shared amongst siblings."