Archive for February, 2009
“The Burj Al Arab is the world’s only seven star hotel; even movie stars can’t afford to stay there! It was designed to look a sail and is built on a manmade island.”
It really does look like a sail! Thanks David. Read his full blog.
Thanks to BroadwayWorld.com
SUPERHERO Night! features scenes from Roger Corman‘s Fantastic Four (1994), David Hasselhoff‘s Nick Fury, and the Captain America movie starring JD Salinger’s son. Cartoon segments include Thor: Invasion of the Lava Men (1966), Bigfoot Meets The Thing (1979) and The Galaxy Trio (1967).
The 2-hour video-variety show is hosted by Kevin Maher and Nick Nadel, with special guests James Dean Conklin (animator of Wonderman, seen on Comedy Central’s TV Funhouse), Matthew K Manning (writer for Batman Strikes) and Alex Zalben (co-host of Comic Book Club.) Plus Fan Fiction, View-Master slides, trivia, prizes and cheap beer.
@ UNDER St. Mark’s
94 St. Mark’s Place, btw 1st Ave and Avenue A
L train to 1st Ave, F/V to 2nd Ave, N/R/W train to 8th St, 6 train to Astor Pl.
Wednesday, March 18 @ 7:00 PM
Thanks to TV Shows on DVD.
Warner Bros. has just announced a DVD release of Whose Line Is It Anyway – Best Of to be released on June 9th. There are 10 favorite episodes on 2 discs. David Hasselhoff guest starred on one of these favorite episodes.
- Show No. 308 “Ryan smashing head” (First Aired: Thursday June 14, 2001)
- Show No. 401 “good show with Wayne as Singing Bass and kissing Colin” (First Aired: Thursday September 6, 2001)
- Show No. 413 Too Hot For Whose Line (First Aired: Wednesday October 3, 2001)
- Show No. 512 “with Florence Henderson” (First Aired: Monday September 30, 2002)
- Show No. 521 “with Richard Simmons” (First Aired: Friday June 20, 2003)
- Show No. 610 “with Kathy Griffin & David Hasselhoff” (First Aired: Friday June 27, 2003)
- Show No. 611 “with bodybuilder Jane Tricker” (First Aired: Friday July 11, 2003)
- Show No. 505 Valentine’s Day Show “with Loyola Marymount Cheerleaders” (First Aired: Saturday August 7, 2004)
- Show No. 419 “Fluff your Garfield” show
- Show No. 612 Jerry Springer in “Dubbing” game / Colin dancing in “Greatest Hits” game
David hosted the Oscar viewing party yesterday at the Intercontinental Hotel in Abu Dhabi.
The National also did a story about the sparkle and glamor of Hollywood in Abu Dhabi, and spoke with David.
But it was Hasselhoff’s unexpected presence that truly made it a night to remember. “I came to the school to spread some goodwill and talk to the students,” he said. “I was in Dubai before but I didn’t make it to Abu Dhabi, so I wanted to come over here and see what all the hoopla is about – the fact that they have a school here for filmmaking is really impressive.”
Read the entire article here.
Today David blogged about his visit to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi, which is one of few mosques open to the public.
Leaving London on the way to Dubai, David also made a short video on his ride in a buggy through the airport. Check out his video, he does a great english accent!
Here’s the One Show complete interview with the Hoff himself.
Watch here at Veoh. David comes in at the 7:00 mark.
You can now see David on “Loose Women” that he taped yesterday.
David wrote about his visit to the Brit Awards last night on his blog today, also adding his trip around the media circuit.
“I was asked to present the awards for Best British Group at the Brit Awards (it went Elbow) and it was absolutely AWESOME!
It was such a good time and I was really honored to be able to present at such a big awards show.”
“Since Scott Mills and I are good friends, I couldn’t go to the Brits without stopping by to visit him as he was broadcasting live from backstage.
A good looking young man came in and looked just like a waiter. We started talking and it turned out her was Will Young, winner of the first ever UK Pop Idol show! The rest is on video here and I think it is something that needs to be watched, instead of told.
I will say though, that I simply could not resist asking Will Young what the specials were!”
Watch out for LivingTV’s “The Hoff: When Scott Came to Stay” airing on April 6, 2009 in the UK.
The Hoff also did an interview with XFM UK where he talked about how his daughters got him into Coldplay.
“My daughters turned me on to Coldplay a long time ago. I follow their lead. They’re so hip, they’re 16 and 18 and they know what’s going down.”
US actor David Hasselhoff (R) arrives with a guest at the 2009 Brit Awards held at East London’s Earls Court exhibition centre, Britain, 18 February 2009. The Brit Awards are the largest UK music industry awards honouring British and international talent. EPA/DANIEL DEME
The Brit Awards 2009 – As It Happened
21:12 The Hoff is on stage to present Best British Band. Hasselhoff says he grew up listening to the Rolling Stones, The Who and the Beatles: “all of which led the world. Nothing changes”. And the award goes to… Mancunian rockers Elbow. A great result for them, though probably not Coldplay, even though Chris Martin is on his feet applauding and doesn’t look too bothered. Must have been taking acting lessons from the missus. Elbow have been going at least a decade, so this prize is richly deserved. Lead singer Garvey says the band are relieved they had not worn elaborate costumes. “We are just really glad we didn’t do the spaceship or the feather boas. This is really special. We love where we live and we love making music. To be involved in these celebrations is a really big thing.”