David attempted a spot of Morris dancing at Tutbury Castle.
From The Sun
But David Hasselhoff took centre stage when he attempted a spot of Morris dancing.
The former Baywatch star was at Tutbury Castle, near Burton-on-Trent, Staffs, while filming a reality show.
He donned a floral hat and tasselled cape and shouted “God save the Queen!” while throwing some shapes on the grass.
The 52-year-old was previously seen in The Hoff: When Scott Came to Stay, which saw Scott Mills spending time at the star’s home in California.
Now the Radio 1 DJ is playing host to the Knight Rider actor in Britain – and giving him a taste of some of the nation’s stranger pursuits.
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This is what derbyshire.co.uk had this to say about David dancing at the castle:
The Knight Rider and Baywatch star was filming for a UK version of his reality show in which he lives with Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills.
In the previous series, The Hoff – when Scott Came to Stay, Mills was shown a slice of American life at the Hoff’s home in California.
Now, the DJ is giving the American star a taste of Britain.
Given Hasselhoff’s raucous shout of “God Save the Queen” during yesterday’s dancing, it’s clear he is enjoying it.
The star was at the East Staffordhire castle with his two daughters, Taylor and Hayley, but they and Mills decided not to join in the dance, with Kidderminster-based Foxs Border Morris Group.
One member of the group, Ian Hinksman, said of the Hoff’s performance: “He did very well because he’s got a good sense of rhythm, and he went for it. Scott Mills chickened out.”
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