Spectator Captures Queen’s Guard Paying Tribute to Meat Loaf

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Netizens uploaded on social media clips of the Queen’s Guard honoring the late and great Meat Loaf.

Just outside the gates of Buckingham Palace, members of the Queen’s Guard marching band performed their arrangement of Meat Loaf’s hit song “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That).” Fans of the late artist got teary-eyed watching the tribute performance.

Grammy Award-winning singer Meat Loaf passed away on Thursday, January 20 at the age of 74. He was reportedly critically ill with COVID-19 days leading up to his death.

Meat Loaf was outspokenly anti-vaccine and anti-mask mandate, in an interview, he said:

“If I die, I die, but I’m not going to be controlled,”

Throughout Meat Loaf’s legendary career that spanned over fifty years, he is considered as one of the best-selling musicians in rock history with albums sold more than 100 million records. Meat Loaf contributed a lot of iconic songs to the music industry and will always be remembered.