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David gives us a little taste of backstage life at America's Got Talent in his new blog today.(The Hoff's Got Talent shirts are not available online.)Find more videos like this on HoffSpace

So the new season of AGT is filming and we've just released the New Hoffshop, so I thought we could talk about both of them in one go. Kill two birds with one stone so to speak. I'm really excited about the season and I can't wait for it to air. There's some really amazing talent that's come out. We can't show you any of the talent, but we've got some cool backstage footage to come over the next couple days.Peace and respect,DH

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My daughter Hayley is on the board of a really neat charity here in Los Angeles called Teens Helping Teens. This is a group of teenage girls that have been involved at the Children's Hospital, Los Angeles for a while and I went with them on Easter Sunday to visit some of the kids over there.Around Christmas, Teens Helping Teens noticed that the teens in the hospital were really lacking things to keep them entertained. The kids that have to stay in the hospital are often there for a really long time and a lot of them are in isolation wards and can't really communicate with anyone but the nurses and their families. They're so brave and sweet. The girls of Teens Helping Teens went around and asked all these kids what they wanted the most to make their stay more comfortable and almost all of them said they wanted a computer or a PlayStation or something that would occupy them without risking them getting sick.The girls decided that they were going to do something about it and have organized a huge Young Hollywood party that's taking place in May. They've got Fred Segal doing a fashion show, Steve Aoki is going to DJ, and Rumer Willis is going to host. All the proceeds will go toward helping these sick kids feel a little bit better. They're going to purchase Wiis, PlayStations, Macs and all sorts of things that will help these children get through their illness"One man can make a difference" is something they really believe, and they believe you can do it no matter your age. I'm so proud of and impressed by them and the kids they're trying to help.If you'd like to donate, please make checks payable to:Children's Play Therapy/ The BashAttn: Albert Garcia4650 W. Sunset BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90027