As Meatloaf famously sang there are some things we wouldn't do for love - and a new survey has revealed exactly what "that" is for most Brits.
The research reveals that ending a friendship (94 per cent), changing religion (94 per cent) or getting rid of a pet (93 per cent) are the top three things Brits won’t do for love - meaning we value our furry friends over true love almost as much as we do sticking with our pals or spiritual beliefs.
Politics and diet also score highly, as 91 per cent said they wouldn't change their political persuasion to please a partner, while 86 per cent said they wouldn't go vegan for romantic reasons.
The study of 2,000 Brits, aged 18-65, was commissioned by discovery+ to celebrate the release of TV show 90 Day Fiancé UK which launches in the UK on Sunday 24th July.
Broadcaster and sex educator Alix Fox commented: "Our survey shows that when it comes to what they're willing to do for a partner, reassuringly, Brits know their boundaries; but just like the folks on 90 Day Fiancé UK, there's also a long way they're prepared to go when someone truly captures their hearts."