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David Hasselhoff really let his hair grow out
May 12th, 2020 under David Hasselhoff/Baywatch. [ Comments: none ]

We have all been in quarantine for so long that we will be able to sell our hair for wigs when we can finally get a haircut. Don’t believe me. David Hasselhoff has gone from sexy Hoffness to Fabio’s.

What do you think of his new look? Do you want to go for a ride with him at Knight or should someone send in a lifeguard to rescue his locks?


BTWF: Yasmine Bleeth for Taco Bell
February 19th, 2020 under Before They Were Famous, David Hasselhoff/Baywatch. [ Comments: none ]

Before Yasmine Bleeth was a lifeguard on Baywatch, she worked at Taco Bell. How cute was the 16-year-old in that 1985 commercial?


BTWF: Sofia Vergara on Baywatch
September 23rd, 2019 under Before They Were Famous, David Hasselhoff/Baywatch, Sofia Vergara. [ Comments: none ]

Before we knew Sofia Vergara was a huge star, Baywatch knew. She looks the same now as she did when she was 26 in that 1999 episode.


BTWF: Greg Grunberg on Baywatch
September 17th, 2019 under Band From TV, Before They Were Famous, David Hasselhoff/Baywatch. [ Comments: none ]

Before Greg Grunberg was being introduced as a member of Band From TV, he was the one introducing a singer on Baywatch. He looks the same now as he did when he was 27 in that 1994 episode.


Open your ears because David Hasselhoff has new music out!
September 11th, 2019 under David Hasselhoff/Baywatch. [ Comments: none ]

David Hasselhoff wants you to Open Your Eyes and read that he has a new album coming out on September 27th. The first song is out now and it is a cover of Lords of the New Church’s Open Your Eyes. A song that was released in 1982 and is just as relevant now as it was then. Which is probably why he picked it to be his title track.

That and he found a way to make it sound really sexy. His singing voice is perfect for the bedroom if you catch my drift. Now, I get why Germany loves him so much.

The album also marks the 30th anniversary of when Berlin tore down that wall. You know the one he performed on that very night. The album is full of song bridging music from the US, the UK and Germany during that era.

To see the tracklist, then click here!


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