Meat Loaf May Have Died of COVID… Did He Call It?

TMZ is reporting that Meat Loaf died of COVID-19. And if he did . . . well, he kind of called it in one of his final interviews.

He was complaining about how long COVID restrictions have gone on and referred to an attendant on a recent flight as a "Nazi" for making everyone put on their masks.

The interviewer said, quote, "Oh, God. We're being controlled by everybody."

And Meat Loaf replied, quote, "Yeah, I know. But not me. If I die, I die, but I'm not going to be controlled."

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As you've no doubt heard by now, Meat Loaf died Thursday at the age of 74. It's not official yet that he died of COVID, and there's no word on his vaccination status. 

But the anti-vax crowd has already co-opted him . . . playing his music yesterday at a protest in D.C.

Meanwhile, the Weber Grill company stepped in it by releasing a meatloaf recipe on Friday, just hours after news broke of Meat Loaf's death. They called it an "oversight".

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This video Betty White recorded shortly before her death to commemorate her 100th birthday is kind of bittersweet now.

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Louie Anderson Lost His Battle with Cancer 

Just days after announcing that he was in the hospital battling cancer, Louie Anderson died Friday in a Las Vegas hospital. He was 68.

Louie appeared in the 1988 comedy "Coming to America", as well as last year's sequel.

He also hosted "Family Feud" from 1999 to 2002, and played Zach Galifianakis' MOTHER on the FX show "Baskets". He got three Emmy nominations for that role and won in 2016.

He also won two Daytime Emmys for the '90s animated series "Life with Louie".

(Here are tributes from friends, colleagues, and admirers.)

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Rockstar Marvin Lee Aday, popularly know

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