KITT has been out of view for a while, but now he’s back and he wants to find Michael. But no one wants to tell him that the Hoff has moved on. With The Hoff very busy judging this years BGT, how will he react when he see’s his old buddy? Will KITT ever give up on Michael? Who will help him? Go backstage with KITT and find out.
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You’ve seen him in Baywatch, you’ve seen him in Knight Rider – but you’ve never seen him like this – as himself! Take a look into what makes the man in this exclusive documentary…
David Hasselhoff loves the Coachella Festival, so he has made annual appearances at the event. This year he has brought his new girlfriend, Hayley Roberts to Indio, California for Coachella.
The pair were set to enjoy a first night line-up including Cee Lo Green, Kings Of Leon, Marina And The Diamonds and The Chemical Brothers.
The Hoff has been seeing the Welsh blonde for three months after meeting her in Cardiff Bay while filming Britain’s Got Talent auditions, and is now a regular visitor to Miss Roberts’ home town of Glynneath in Swansea.
Today was the press launch for Britain’s Got Talent at the May Fair Hotel. London, England
Video clip from what’s on TV
Video clip from the press launch here from the BBC
Video and little article from Digital spy here
Britain’s Got Talent adapts to life without Simon Cowell – The Guardian
First episode of Britain’s got talent – heatworld
The judges challenge Jack! – Britain’s Got Talent 2011 - Britian’s Got Talent the judges have decided to set Jack (that’s Jack from the website, not Jack Bauer) a series of difficult, and not so difficult, challenges.
Sneak peek – David Hasselhoff – Britain’s Got Talent 2011 - David Hasselhoff spills the beans on what it takes to get on that stage and shares his views on his fellow judges.
A spectacle awaits! - Britain’s Got Talent 2011 – ITV.com – Check out what’s coming up.
Keep checking back to the BGT homepage for more backstage footage like in this clip Britain’s Got Talent on the web – Britain’s Got Talent 2011 – ITV.com
How are you finding your new position on the judging panel?
Britain’s Got Talent returns to the UK screens this Saturday and promises to be the wackiest series so far.
From a man impersonating trucks to a guy who carves faces out of melons, this year’s auditions have been so crazy that judge Amanda Holden has even suggested the show be renamed ‘Britain’s Got Self-Belief’.
Hosted by Ant and Dec, the fifth series will see two new judges, comedian Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff, join Amanda on the judging panel with viewers being treated to guest appearances from Louis Walsh and Simon Cowell.
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Thanks to Ray Burmiston for this picture of David of a cheeky outtake from the Weekend mag cover shoot.
David Hasselhoff, Amanda Holden and Michael McIntyre returned to Britain’s Got Talent on Sunday as they filmed the show’s YouTube auditions round.
Leaving the hotel to head to the theater for the last remaining auditions:
The reveal for the acts to find out if they have made it through to the semi final stage happens this week. Don’t forget April 16th it airs on ITV1 in the UK.
Britain’s Got Talent returns to to ITV in Great Britain starting April 16. The show, hosted by Geordie duo Ant and Dec, and featuring returning judge Amanda Holden and new panel members Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff, had its air date confirmed on the channel’s Twitter account earlier today.
The live finals are scheduled to air in May.
Judge Amanada Holden also says she wants a whole episode of Glee dedicated to David Hasselhoff. Amanda told The Sun’s Buzz magazine that he’d be fantastic on the hit musical show and added, “He could sweep Sue Sylvester off her feet…The Hoff’s the only man tall enough to do it!”
The great man himself loved the the idea and laughed.
“I love Glee and listen to musical theatre a lot…I’ve even recorded songs from the musicals Dracula, and Jekyll & Hyde.”