Further proof that being a conservative in the entertainment biz is no fairy tale:
“I've been banned from two TV shows,” the musician said. “Because USA Today has me listed as a Republican.”
“I've heard those stories,” he added “But I didn't really believe they'd do that.”
Though he’s often described as conservative and said he wanted New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for president last year, Meat Loaf says his politics are just plain complicated.
“I'm neither right nor left, and I'm not sure I'm even in the middle,” he said. “I have a lot of views to the left, and I have a lot of views to the right, and that really doesn't put me in the middle. I don't know what that makes me. It makes me weird.”