Earlier this week, David Hasselhoff shocked us all when he announced that he changed his to David Hoff. The reason he did it isn’t as shocking, he did for money. He shortened his last name for Australian phone company Amaysim. Talk about something that needs to change their name.
David Hasselhoff might be 63 years old, but that doesn’t mean he is too old to change his name. The sex symbol found his last name to be a hassel, so he hoffed that word. That’s right, Michael Knight will be known as just David Hoff.
Why did he do it? He didn’t really explain, but he hoffered this sentiment about it, “Big news today and a massive relief for me. I hope everyone can understand… it feels great!”
What do you think of his new name?
Zac Efron was on The Late Late Show yesterday and James Corden asked him about being in the upcoming movie Baywatch with The Rock. When Sir Ben Kingsley said he wanted to be in it as a drowning man, Efron tested out his lifeguard skills on him to see if he could save him.
Does seeing him in action save the film for you or do you wish it would eaten by a shark? I am rooting for the sharks and not the one that Bill Hader was playing.
David Hasselhoff has new music video out for the movie King Fury and it is like totally awesome. That’s because it is a throwback to the things that were totally tubular back in the ’80s. Just like King Fury, the movie the song was recorded for.
The movie was made thanks to KickStarter and when you watch the trailer below you will see why so many people gave money to make it happen. Not only did the film become a True Survivor, so did The Hoff who agreed to sing the movie’s theme song.
Both the music video and the movie look to be Hoff the hook!!!
Yesterday was ’80s night on American Idol, and the singing competition had ’80s heartthrob David Hasseloff sing a medley of songs from the era. Those chart topping tunes included Katrina and the Waves’ Walking on Sunshine, David Bowie’s Let’s Dance, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts’ I Love Rock’n’Roll and Culture Club’s Do You Really Want to Hurt Me. The biggest bummer about the last song on that list is that Boy George was still backstage when The Hoff belted out his tune. How like totally awesome would it have been if Boy George was like why do you really want to hurt me?
What was like totally not a bummer for us and was for the Knight Rider, is that neither the contestants nor the audience had any clue who he was or what he was singing. Their faces said it all. Hasselhoff had a more attentive crowd at the Berlin Wall coming down and that says a lot.
Having said that, I totally thought his performance was groovy to the max!!!
When we got to know Jeremy Jackson, he was a just a kid on Baywatch. Well that was a long time ago, and now he is a man. He is very much a man.
The 34 year old prepped for his appearance on Celebrity Big Brother by getting tan. Before he went under the lights, he shared a photo of himself wearing nothing but a towel. Too bad, he was wearing that much.
Yesterday, there were rumors that The Rock is going to star in a big screen version of Baywatch and today he confirmed the news. Dwayne Johnson posted the above picture and said, “‘This is my beach bitch!’ Rumors are true… we’re making #BAYWATCH the movie. Edgy, raunchy and hopefully, funny as all hell. Cue slo mo running on the beach… #WhoNeedsMouthToMouth #RedShortsBeHugginABrotha”.
DJ had me at Red Shorts Be Huggin! And if they aren’t, then I am going to be pissed because you know this movie going to be awful. And not in the way that it is so awful, it is actually good. But then again you never know, 21 Jump Street was totally nice surprise. Maybe it will be the same for this movie? Stranger things have happened.
Every now and again, I see a photo of some random celebrities posing with each other and I think what brought this interesting group together like that. The latest photo that blew me away has David Hasselhoff, Rick Fox, Hulk Hogan and Ken Jeong in it. So why is the quartet posing for the camera? Theyâ€™re just having some fun during a break from filming the future classic Killing Hasselhoff. If this movie doesn’t sweep the Oscars there is something very wrong with Hollywood.