Check out these photos from KIIS-FM at Wango Tango.
Archive for May, 2010
JoJo Wright has asked David if he would appear at Wango Tango this Saturday, and in a tweet David said he will be there introducing David Guetta.
@DavidHasselhoff Gonna be at Wango Tango with Jojo and David Guetta and my girls it’s gonna rock !!
Wango Tango is an annual day-long concert series put on by KIIS-FM. This year, it will be held on Saturday, May 15, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Some notable singers/bands will be Usher, Ke$ha, Ludacris and Adam Lambert.
From The Insider
David Hasselhoff finally revealed what ruffles his feathers while in New York to promote “The Untitled David Hasselhoff Project,” an upcoming
A&E reality show documenting his family.
“We have a bird named Peaches,” he said. “Peaches is like the star of the show because it won’t shut up.”
Daughter Taylor-Ann explained the premise: “It basically just shows the dynamic between me, my dad, and my sister. No one has really ever seen that before. They hear bad press, good press. Finally we get to show people who we really are.” David hopes the show will counterbalance “this worldwide image that we have” because “when we close the doors, we’re just like every other family.”
When “The Insider” broke the news to the former “Baywatch” star that Pamela Anderson was voted off “Dancing with the Stars,” he and his daughter joined in unison for an “Oh no.” The Hoff revealed that he had been invited to compete in the ballroom, but turned down the offer because ‘I don’t really want to go up against Pamela.” He hinted that “I might do the next one.”
David and Taylor were special guests at Bernadette Peters’ “Stella is a Sar” book signing and performance on Monday. The event took place at Dylan’s Candy Bar from 3-5PM. Guests also participated in a live raffle drawing for which the winner was awarded the chance to appear onstage with Bernadette Peters and Mary Tyler Moore at this year’s Broadway Barks on Saturday, July 10th in Shubert Alley.
Stella is a Star tells the story of an unpopular dog who longs to be a graceful pig ballerina. The book is based on Bernadette’s adopted Pit Bull. Stella disguises her true identity – pit bull – because she is afraid that people will not accept her. She triumphs in her dance recital and learns that you must be who you are. The book includes a CD with an original song written and performed by Bernadette Peters.
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