Celebrity Apprentice, Meat Loaf

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Like a bat out of hell, Meat Loaf came out charging in support of Mitt Romney Thursday night at a rally in Ohio.

But the Celebrity Apprentice vet probably could have used some help from the Republican presidential candidate's speech writer, as the singer unleashed a pro-Romney spiel that left many scratching their heads—and rushing to grab their umbrellas.

"There has storm clouds come over the United States," the 65-year-old said at a high school in Defiance, per The Wrap. "There is thunderstorms over Europe. There are hail storms, and I mean major hail storms, in the Middle East. There are storms brewing through China, through Asia, through everywhere, and there's only one man that on the other night when President Barack Obama, God bless him, said to Mitt Romney, ‘The Cold War is over.'"

Romney then appeared onstage and thanked the star, who had performed some songs earlier.

Perhaps fellow Romney supporter Donald Trump might want to make his former Celebrity Apprentice contestant a bombshell offer in exchange for a cohesive speech?

Donald Trump defends his "big" Obama bombshell: "It's not a publicity stunt"

Here's what else went down last night:

Introducing Mrs. Timberlake: Newlywed Jessica Biel will be taking hubby Justin Timberlake's last name

Getting Critical: Movie critics gave their reviews of Cloud Atlas and they're, well, not so great. 

Popping the Question: Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick proposed to his girlfriend in Italy!

At the Ball Game: Glee's Matthew Morrison sang the National Anthem during Game 2 of the World Series.

Interesting Roles: Singer Christina Aguilera hopes to take on the big screen again soon but wants more challenging roles. Like playing a crackhead.

TV Land: Get the recaps for Grey's Anatomy and Jersey Shore. Also, find out why Parks and Recreation makes us so happy. 

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