David is in New York this week to work on his new album and attended Finian’s Rainbow on Broadway last night.
Also: Photo Gallery from ContactMusic.
See a ton of photos from the event after the jump.
Geocities is where this site first started, way back in 1997. It sat there for about 5 years, through Yahoo! taking it over, and transfer limits. When the site grew too large for free hosting, it moved to dhasselhoff.net. Yahoo! is closing it on Monday, and I just wanted to commemorate all the wonderful years it gave me. I can’t find screenies of what it looked like at first, but XKCD gives an idea of what websites were back then. I had the animated gifs and the blinking, but didn’t really get into the crazy backgrounds.
Thanks for all the good times, Geocities!
See more images after the jump.
Have a question? Ask the Hoff! In this application the Hoff acts like a magic 8-ball. David worked with Never Odd or Even in Los Angeles to record answers exclusively for this app. It’s only a dollar, and I love it. Some of them are so silly, but be careful.. don’t Hassel the Hoff and take to long to ask a question.
Works with all iPod touches and the iPhone. Here is a short video showcasing the app on my iPod Touch: (Sorry about the audio; might have to turn your speakers up a bit!)
Ever since we heard Hayley Hasselhoff tweet about signing a deal with A&E, we have been so excited for any news about the new reality show. I’m guessing it’s because of the popular UK shows “Meet the Hasselhoffs” and “The Hoff: When Scott Came to Stay” that USA-based A&E decided to get in on some of the action. However, a Rep for A&E says no deal has been signed yet.
I haven’t heard of many details yet concerning this, just that A&E are close to signing a deal. Representatives for the network have said, “We are discussing a possibility of doing a documentary series with David and his kids.”
TMZ reports that ex-wife Pamela Bach will not be appearing on the show.
Unfortunately, Amazon.com (USA) has it just shown as “Out of Print: Limited Availability” but hopefully that will change soon!
An app for your iPod Touch or iPhone that is similar to an 8-Ball, except you Ask the Hoff for your answer will hit the App Store this Friday!
It’s a really simple idea and we won’t pretend it’s anything but – you ask a question, shake your iPhone or iPod Touch, and The Hoff will provide the answer. Throw in a gospel choir recorded in Dallas (courtesy of Chris Stevens, Creative Director at TM Studios) and a clean comic-book styling, and the result is a fun, polished app that will launch in the App Store for just 59 pence.
Unlike most celebrity-based apps which lift soundtracks from film and television without permission, the material is 100% Hoff and recorded exclusively for this app. We’ve worked very closely with the Hoff’s agents in Los Angeles – the benefit of doing things properly is we’re partners in this project with the man himself, so we feel we’re in a great position to take on the App Store charts.
This is big news for us – it’s a silly, simple app but we’re hoping plenty of people have fun with it, not only in this country but around the world. We’re finishing off a PR campaign for both online and offline activity, so you should hear more about Ask The Hoff in the days to come.