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Meat Loaf: 'I would love to be a mentor on The Voice'

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Meat Loaf has said he'd love to join The Voice as a guest mentor.

The 'Bat Out of Hell' singer revealed in an interview with Spinner that he once turned down an offer to judge American Idol, but would love the chance to join coaches Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine on The Voice.

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"Do you know they asked me about [American Idol] the second season? I turned them down," Meat Loaf admitted. "But I am very analytical, it's part of my problem, and it's part of my strength - I over-analyze."

The rocker added of his love for The Voice: "I think The Voice is a better show [than American Idol]. Man, I would love to be a mentor on that show. Let's put that out there right now to anyone reading this. I would love it.

"I would take it so seriously, would work so hard and would give my heart and soul to that gig if I had it. I pride myself on being able to work like that. I love who they have on there now but if they had room, I'd do it. In a minute."

The Voice's current season features a number of guest mentors including Robin Thicke, Kelly Clarkson, Jewel and Ne-Yo.

Shelton recently joked that he would love to kiss his fellow Voice coach Levine, saying: "All I have to say is, it's true - I have a man crush on Adam!"

The Voice airs Mondays at 8/7c on NBC.

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Watch Meat Loaf perform 'Bat Out of Hell' below:

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