The 63-year-old singer was out of breath by the time he finished 'I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)'.
Meat Loaf's health took over his concert in Pittsburgh on Thursday, July 28 night. The singer collapsed on stage and several people had to rush to the stage to revive him. However, he got back on his feet a few minutes later and finished the show.
Audience packing Trib Amphitheater fell silence when Loaf fainted on stage during the last verses of his 1992 song "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)". A few of his staff came to his aid and the show was stopped for around 10 minutes. After regaining composure, the 63-year-old got up and explained what happened to him.
"I f**king fainted. I have asthma ... I can't breathe ... and then ... oh wait, I forgot ... I got poked by a pin and bled half to death ... and then I got slapped in the face and my tooth is loose," he said. Then he kissed the incident goodbye by singing "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" and completed his duty.