Meat Loaf is preparing an unscripted television show based around his 1993 hit melody “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That).”

As per Deadline, every scene “will see couples contend in an assortment of comedic actual games intended to uncover how well they can cooperate and the amount they truly trust and put stock in one another.”

“In every scene, two couples will risk their relationship for the show’s monetary reward,” Deadline further clarifies. “After two rounds of ridiculous and once in a while terrifying actual challenges, roused and joined by songs, the couple on top will progress to the ‘Endgame,’ where their confidence in one another will go through a definitive test.”

Notwithstanding chief delivering the arrangement, Meat Loaf will “highlight as the ethereal figure behind the frenzy.” The show will likewise incorporate a melodic component, with live in studio exhibitions.

The program gets its title from “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That),” the hit single from Meat Loaf’s multi-platinum selling 1993 collection Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell. The force melody scored Meat Loaf the solitary No. 1 melody of his vocation and stays among his most incredible tracks.

For the TV project, the rocker is cooperating with the creation organization Nobody’s Hero. The association as of now has a few fruitful reality arrangement among its credits, including cooking rivalry shows Nailed It! also, Best Leftovers Ever!.

Free, “OK Now” (1970)

Lost extraordinary Paul Kossoff gives an ideal foil to Paul Rodgers, as heard on this advancement melody for Free. Tragically, his developing addictions prompted a too soon band disintegration in 1973 – and, after three years, Kossoff was dead.

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