David Hasselhoff will star in "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" musical opening in Blackpool starting in October. David will play a an extrovert, party going DJ and nightclub owner on the party island of Ibiza in the early 1990s. He will front the cast of this new show. The creators promise "a heart-warming and hilarious story" and the "party night of the year." David's character's teenage daughter arrives to stay for the summer and he has to cope with being a single parent to a girl who wants to meet boys and live the party life. Suddenly, his motto becomes, "Do as I say, not as I did!"The world premiere will take place at the Winter Gardens on Friday, October 16 and run through Sunday, November 1. Tickets now on sale. Coun Graham Cain, Blackpool Council's cabinet member for tourism and leisure said, "This is another fantastic coup for Blackpool and we're absolutely thrilled to be hosting a world premiere. From attracting a superstar who is a household name all over the world in David Hasselhoff to bringing in a show packed with hits that everyone will love is a real statement from the Winter Gardens.""The show would be fantastic for all music fans, fans of the Hoff and those just looking for a great night out," said Michael Williams, Winter Gardens' managing director.Tickets to Last Night A DJ Saved My Life are currently on sale,Â costing from Â£20. Show times and prices are available online at www.wintergardensblackpool.co.uk
Well, I guess it's official.. the home David Hasselhoff has owned for over 15 years might have a buyer. David put the house up for sale last November, according to the Huffington Post.Â Hasselhoff purchased the property back in 1991 for around $2.9 million and is selling it for $3.7 million.The new owner of the Hasselhouse will enjoy 8,947 square feet of a Southern Colonial-home, with cathedral-vaulted ceilings, an elevator, fancy marble foyer, library, gym, and lots and lots of windows.The 1.5-acre Valley property also boasts expansive lawns, two guest houses, a tennis court with viewing pavilion, spa, and of course, a swimming pool (with slide!).WhileÂ RedfinÂ posted the estate as pending, the new owner of the Valley home will enjoy the pleasures of a massive abode that feature vaulted ceilings seen in cathedrals, an elevator, a library and gym, reported TooFab.According to Redfin, the sweeping marble foyer takes you to an iron staircase and a 2-storey living room, and library is embellished in wood paneling that continues to the pub room.Â It also features a family/media room, chef's kitchen and sun room.The entrance also leads you to a long driveway with a circular motor court, just the way the former "Knight Rider" liked it.The outdoor also features expansive lawns, two separate guest houses, and a tennis court where you can get to view from a enchanting pavilion.Check out the house here.