David Hasselhoff in Ted 2 premieres June 26

Universal Pictures' Ted 2, the sequel to 2012's box office hit Ted, is officially set for showing in theaters beginning June 26. As with the original film, Seth MacFarlane directs, co-wrote the script and co-produces the follow-up to the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy movie of all time. He will also once more star as the voice of the magical teddy bear Ted.

Ted 2 continues the adventures and misadventures of John Bennet (portrayed by Mark Wahlberg) and MacFarlanes' Ted. Also returning for the sequel are Jessica Barth as Tami-Lynn, Ted's girlfriend and co-worker at the grocery store, and Patrick Warburton as Guy, John's co-worker at his office. The new cast for the sequel includes Amanda Seyfried as Samantha Jackson, plus Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Sam J. Jones, Dennis Haysbert, Richard Schiff, Michael Dorn, Curtis Stigers, John Slattery, David Hasselhoff, Tom Brady, Philip Casnoff, Nana Visitor, among others. Patrick Stewart will serve as the film's unseen narrator. It's been rumored that William Shatner will also be appearing in the film. It's also been rumored that Mila Kunis will be doing a cameo since in the first Ted, Wahlberg's John and Kunis' Lori were seen finally getting their wish of settling down and having a happy, peaceful married life together.

Source: Celeb Beat


Newport girl battling cancer meets David Hasselhoff

Hoff and Libby A brave Newport girl who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in October has had some famous visitors at the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales in recent months.Libby Fussell, 12, was diagnosed with the brain tumor, which was made up of a combination of two different types of cancer, on October 31, 2014. She had two operations in November to remove the tumor and began her first week of radiotherapy and chemotherapy last week. Among the visitors Libby has had at hospital are Baywatch star David Hasselhoff, Wales rugby captain Sam Warburton, and the Cardiff City footballers.

Libby’s mother, Sarah, said, “David Hasselhoff brought in Christmas presents in November and she really enjoyed speaking to him. He was singing songs from Les Misérables to her and she loved that, as she is in the Young Venture Players’ drama group in Newport. She’s very at ease with people and very easygoing. She’s going to kick cancer's butt.”

Libby is currently in a wheelchair, having partially lost the use of the left-hand side of her body, and is receiving extensive physiotherapy at the University Hospital for Wales.To read Libby’s blog, visit http://www.smilewithlibby.com

Source: South Wales Argus


David Hasselhoff Headed to Niagara Falls Comic Con

Knight Rider and Baywatch star David Hasselhoff is on board for the fifth annual Niagara Falls Comic Con in June. PHOTO: Dominic Chan/WENN.comDavid Hasselhoff will be coming to Niagara Falls this June. He has been booked for the 5th Annual Niagara Falls Comic Con. The 62-year-old actor/singer will appear June 6 and 7 at the Scotia Bank Convention Centre.David helped revive Baywatch for the syndication market helping it reach Guinness Book of World Records standards where it is still the most watched TV show of all time at 1.1 billion viewers.Hasselhoff was also a popular singer in Europe, enjoying huge chart success in Germany."Acting, singing and producing, you name it, he's done it all," says Niagara Falls Comic Con show producer Chris Dabrowski.Hasselhoff has also appeared in the films Click, Dodgeball, Piranha 3DD, The Spongebob Squarepants Movie and the upcoming Ted 2.Tickets range from $25 to $35, or $70 for a three-day pass. Visit www.niagarafallscomiccon.com for tickets.

Source: Niagara Falls Review


One Man Can Make A Difference: Glen Larson Tribute in TV Guide

David Hasselhoff has written a touching tribute Glen A. Larson, the creator of his hit show Knight Rider, insisting the TV mogul never got the respect he deserved.In his essay for America's TV Guide, the actor credits Larson with helping him land the lead role in the 1980s TV hit and reveals that at the height of the show's success, the only show on TV that enjoyed better ratings was The Cosby Show.Hasselhoff writes, "He and I just hit it off. He gave me a lot of freedom, and over the years we became friends. He was very proud of Knight Rider. With Knight Rider, we had a great statistic: We had more viewers per family than anyone except The Cosby Show... He never got the respect that he wanted or deserved. In his heyday, he had seven shows on the air at the same time."Larson, who also created hit detective series Magnum P.I. and The Fall Guy passed away at a hospital in Los Angeles on November 14, following a battle with cancer. He was 77.Source: ContactMusic, David's Twitter 

David Hasselhoff and Hayley Roberts to be filmed for new series Hayley and The Hoff

David and Hayley on "Mr. and Mrs."David Hasselhoff and his Welsh girlfriend Hayley Roberts will have a new show, Hayley And The Hoff airing early in 2015.The BBC Wales show looks at the real-life fairytale romance of Hayley, a former shop worker from Glynneath, and one of the most well-known pop culture icons of the '80s, David Hasselhoff.Exploring their relationship from how they met through to their current lives, the show, produced by Avanti, takes a look behind closed doors of the Hoff and Hayley.In the BBC Wales program we will find out more about Hayley and how her life has changed dramatically since she met the Hoff.The couple met when the Knight Rider star was a judge on Britain’s Got Talent in 2011 and have been together ever since.Yes, on an episode of ITV’s All Star Mr and Mrs, Hasselhoff said: “The first time I went to Wales I thought I landed in a land of hobbits. I went there and everybody was really small, and the houses were small and the writing was backwards. Her dad helped me park and I liked him immediately - I think we’re the same age!”Source: Wales Online

Baywatch's David Hasselhoff to rock out 2014 at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate

BERLIN (AFP) - Baywatch star David Hasselhoff will join a massive open air New Year's Eve concert in Berlin at the iconic spot where he famously sang for freedom after the Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago.Organisers said the actor - whose sideline singing career also made him hugely and enduringly popular in Germany - would be among the line-up performing in front of the Brandenburg Gate to help count down to 2015, an annual event that draws hundreds of thousands of revellers.Hasselhoff is remembered for his now legendary performance in front of half a million people of his song Looking For Freedom at the Berlin landmark on Dec 31, 1989 - just weeks after the fall of the Wall.- See more at: Straits Times 

David Hasselhoff Confirmed for Next Year's Panto.. Already!

 David Hasselhoff as Captain HookDavid Hasselhoff will play Captain Hook in Peter Pan, which will run at the SECC Clyde Auditorium from Saturday, December 12, 2015 until Sunday, January 3, 2016. He said,

"I love Scotland and after a great run in Edinburgh at the Fringe, I'm thrilled to be heading to Glasgow next year with Panto. It has become a terrific excuse to bring the whole family together to enjoy a wonderful and entertaining time at the SECC. I'm honoured to be part of Peter Pan and look forward to getting 'my hook' into the Clyde Auditorium next Christmas."

Jonathan Kiley, executive producer of Peter Pan, said: "With David Hasselhoff confirmed we know that Peter Pan is going to be a truly swashbuckling and unmissable pantomime adventure! David is a first-class actor and a great panto villain, with a sense of humour which our Glasgow audiences will love".Tickets are on sale now!

Source: Herald Scotland


David Hasselhoff on Wake up Essex

David Hasselhoff on Wake Up EssexListen to both parts of the interview here!

Source: David Hasselhoff Online


Time Out: David Hasselhoff Visits Noah's Ark Children's Hospital For Wales

David Hasselhoff at Noah's Ark Children's Hospital in WalesDavid Hasselhoff was at a South Wales hospital back on November 24 where he paid a surprise visit to sick children and was accompanied by his stunning Welsh girlfriend Hayley Roberts, he spent time with young patients at The Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales in Cardiff, and posed for photographs with awe-struck hospital staff.

Following his hospital visit, he said, "If you are blessed it is your moral obligation to give that blessing to someone else. It was a sincere honor to be welcomed into the hearts and rooms of the young patients at the children's hospital. We hope we made a difference in their lives - they sure made a difference in ours.”

The hospital’s Sarah Lloyd showed the celebrity pair around the children’s hospital and said, “On behalf of our younger patients, their parents and our staff, I would like to say thank you to David and Hayley for taking the time out of their busy schedule to visit us. It was a very thoughtful thing to do, and it has brightened up the day of our patients and staff.”David Hasselhoff visits Noah's Ark Children's Hospital in WalesSee more at itv.com and Cardiff and Vale UHB Flickr PhotostreamSource: Wales Online, David Hasselhoff Online 

David Hasselhoff Visits Cardiff for Rugby

David Hasselhoff in CardiffDavid Hasselhoff is in Cardiff today for the rugby game.

Former Baywatch and Knight Rider star David Hasselhoff reveals his love for Welsh rugby before their game against New Zealand.'The Hoff' became a fan of the team through his Welsh girlfriend Hayley Roberts and enjoyed their recent Grand Slam success in 2013.He also says that in response to the New Zealand Haka the Welsh side should try 'the Hoffa'.

Click the photo for a video of David and Hayley on BBC Sport.

David Hasselhoff and Hayley Roberts on BBC Sport
Source: BBC Sport


David Hasselhoff Rocks Kilt to Present at MTV EMAs

MTV EMA's 2014 - VIP ArrivalsDavid Hasselhoff presented the award for Best Female to Ariana Grande at the MTV EMAs, donning none other than a kilt. He also participated in a skit in which he wore blue and white face paint as 'Bravehoff' in a parody of the Mel Gibson movie Braveheart.

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25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

on March 17, 2013 in Berlin, Germany.Today marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall in Germany."I had been in Berlin in 1987 and in 1988 but the first time I really got into what was going on with the wall was in ’89, when my song “Looking for Freedom” was #1 for eight weeks in West Germany," David tells TIME magazine."And then the Berlin Wall mysteriously, through the grace of God, came down. The last time I’d seen my German promoter before that day, I’d asked him when he thought the wall was going to come down. He was just about 60 years old then, and he said, “Not in my lifetime.” I remember that statement. On November 9, he called me and said, “You’re not going to believe this! The wall is down! The people are free!”David recounts his time in Berlin before and after the wall came down. Read the complete article at TIME Magazine's website here.Actor David Hasselhoff returned to Berlin in 2013, this time to save the Wall — what's left of it.David tells NPR, "I was a guy who happened to do a show called Knight Rider, who happened to sing a song called 'Looking For Freedom,'" says actor, activist and singer David Hasselhoff.Hasselhoff was a certified heartthrob in the States, but he built his European reputation on that pop song. NPR's Rachel Martin asked him how he came to sing an unforgettable concert in Berlin on New Year's Eve back in 1989 after the Wall fell."I had been behind the Wall eight or nine times since 1987, to kind of further my music career with the Knight Rider car; if they wouldn't come and see me, they would come and see the car," Hasselhoff says. "I hit big with a single and they invited me to sing, and I said, 'Only if I could sing on the Wall.' And they said yes!"Even with the massive crowd singing along, Hasselhoff says he had no idea whether the performance would have any lasting impact. It wasn't until he saw people holding signs while on tour, thanking him for the fall of the Wall, that he realized how much it meant."I didn't know if it was a joke or not, I really didn't," he says. "It wasn't a joke; it was like 'Thank you for the fall of the Wall and thank you for our childhood.'"Read the rest of the article at NPR.Buzzfeed: 25 GIFs That Pay Tribute to Germany's Love of David Hasselhoff

See the Trailer for David's New Movie, Devil's Carnival: Alleluia

The Devil's Carnival has a new sequel called The Devil's Carnival: Alleluia, and David Hasselhoff is part of the cast and even has a singing part. It's the story of Lucifer exacting a revenge plot against Heaven, but God and his agents are ready for battle. The feature-length film will be shopped at AFM by Execution Style Entertainment. The filmmaker has usually bypassed traditional distribution models, and instead become hits on the midnight circuit.“Securing financing, getting distribution, getting anything off the ground these days is a damn miracle,” he said. “The Carnival is our answer to that. We found a way to circumvent the catch-22 by making this more than just a movie. The Devil’s Carnival is an experience that demands more of you than sitting there and just being passive.”“With episode one, we proved there was a market for our anti-Glee content and punk rock business model,” said Zdunich, who also plays Lucifer. “The Devil's Carnival is now back by popular demand, and Alleluia is bigger and badder than the first one.”Heat Vision has the exclusive first-look at the trailer for Devil’s Carnival: AlleluiaSource: HoffArmy and The Hollywood Reporter 

Get a Personalized Message from David Hasselhoff

The holidays are coming up, and the perfect timing to order a personalized message from David Hasselhoff. CelebVM has a wide variety of celebrities including David Hasselhoff, which will cost you $100 for the video message.Check out their website.

Videos usually take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to record, depending on the celebrity's schedule. If the video is for a specific date, request early to avoid disappointment. Requests can be cancelled at any time, with a full and immediate refund.

David Hasselhoff in Surprise Role for Ted 2

Ted 2 writer, producer, voice actor and director Seth MacFarlane tweeted fans: "Hasselhoff in #Ted2 today Hoffin' it up."

On what he will be seen doing in the upcoming film, David Hasselhoff told Digital Spy: "It's a pretty funny bit that we're doing in the movie, and [Seth] is a lovely guy. I can't really talk about the gag, but it's very irreverent and very funny. He tore me up on the Comedy Central roast, and I get a chance to get back at him!" The Ted 2012 movie sequel is being directed by MacFarlane from a screenplay he co-wrote with Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild. Shooting started in July.On working with MacFarlane, he added: "He's a good guy, we don't meet too many people in showbiz where they say, 'Hey buddy, I'll call you back, I've got something for you', and then you actually hear from them again. This guy's a stand-up guy.MacFarlane will also be reprising his role as the voice of Ted. Others confirmed in the Ted 2 movie cast are Mark Wahlberg as Ted's best friend John Bennett, along with Amanda Seyfried, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Patrick Warburton, Giovanni Ribisi, Jessica Barth, Sam J. Jones, Dennis Haysbert, Richard Schiff, Michael Dorn, Curtis Stigers, John Slattery, William Xifaras, among others. Patrick Stewart will serve as the film's unseen narrator. It's been rumored that William Shatner will also be appearing in the film. Ted 2 release date is June 26, 2015 and July 10, 2015 in the UK.

Sources: Hallels and Digital Spy


Game: Hoff Zombie Beach

 Hoff Zombie BeachDavid Hasselhoff has a new iOS game for fans to try out. It's called Hoff Zombie Beach, and players defend the beach as the Hoff using different methods, or weapons. Defend your sand castles, upgrade your weapons and clear the beach of all zombies.The app is voiced by the Hoff, has hilarious weapons including bird bombs, goo gun and Hoff concerts. Numerous zombies are sunbathers, pirates and even undead fans! There's a Hoff sound board and a Hoff twitter feed included.David tells Wired, "I love zombies -- who doesn't?" [Cue much laughter] He explains the premise, and the highlights: "It's a funny game, we made a zombie out of Pamela Anderson and different people we know and they keep coming at you. I drive up in the Knight Rider car and say 'surf's up brain dead' and shoot them with a nerf gun. I have a secret weapon where I can actually sing, and the people explode because they hate my voice."The game is available for iOS 4.3 or later with a recent iOS 8 compatibility fix. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. It costs 99 cents on the App Store.We could not find any information for Android ports.Hoff Zombie Beach