LMFAO is NOT sorry for party rocking, even though they claim they are. In their new video for “Sorry for Party Rocking,” the third single from their sophomore album, they throw an epic party in a cartoon-like house.
Unfortunately their elderly next door neighbours (who appear to be SkyBlu and RedFoo under some intense makeup) are not so appreciative. The nearly 8-minute video includes a cameo from David Hasselhoff and lots of zebra print. The video is directed by Mickey Finnegan, who directed “Party Rock Anthem” and “Sex and I Know It.”"
I prefer when artists release videos like this, because they’re essentially short films with story lines — it’s much more interesting than a glammed-up singer lip-syncing on a stage. Plus the video features some pretty impressive dance moves.
You don’t hassle the Hoff and you certainly don’t reject him either.
The 59-year-old Baywatch actor certainly is a persistant man. CTV reports he’s proposed to his girlfriend, former shop assistant Hayley Roberts, four times. Each proposal was immediately rejected. Ouch!
Her constant rejection could be due to the fact the two have only been dating for eight months or the 27 year age gap.
“The first time was on a beautiful beach in South Africa. David got down on one knee and asked me. I just laughed,” Hayley tells Reveal Magazine. She goes on to say maybe two years down the road she’ll be willing to say “yes” but David must ask for her parents’ permission first.
This girl is smart if you ask me. After seeing his drunken porno-like video with a cheeseburger, I wouldn’t accept any proposal from the Hoff either!
David Hasselhoff’s full potential has finally been reached – he’s going to be a porn star. TVGuide reports the Hoff’s new gig will be playing a former adult star on a new sitcom called Sons of Anarchy.
The new FX series will have David play Dondo, a well “packaged” former porn star who makes a fantastic living by producing girl on girl sleazy films.
Considering his fine acting on Baywatch and Knight Rider, is playing a porn star that much of a departure? However, as we are sure you agree, his crowning role still remains in the video below:
Goodbye Hoff – we loved you but it’s time to go. After four seasons of judging America’s Got Talent David Hasselhoff is leaving the show. In a statement released he said, “I am proud that I was part of making America’s Got Talent, the No. 1 rated show for the past four summers.” Hasselhoff further explains in his statement that he is pursuing his own show. “It’s been a rewarding experience and now I’m thrilled to be able to follow my dream to do my own TV show, which will be announced very shortly.”
David Hasselhoff’s ex-wife, Pamela Bach, is being sued in connection with an incident in March that resulting in her getting a DUI, reports TMZ.
Mitchell Paulson is seeking unspecified damages. He alleges Bach slammed into his car and injured him when she was driving under the influence.
Bach pleaded no contest to the DUI charge and was placed on probation.
Saturday night, she was arrested for driving under the influence after blowing a 0.13 and a 0.14. Since it is a repeat offense, she will likely serve jail time.
An ambulance was called to David Hasselhoff’s home on Friday, but the Los Angeles County Fire Department will not confirm who was transported from the home, reports TMZ. Hasselhoff’s ex-wife, Pamela Bach, was spotted leaving a local hospital that night with the two daughters the pair share.
The actor has been struggling with alcoholism for years and reportedly arrived at LAX Wednesday looking rather intoxicated. TMZ reports the former Baywatch star kept grinning and saying “It’s all good.”
David Hasselhoff is at the centre of yet another 911 scandal, according to TMZ.
And it’s the same story as last time: he wasn’t drunk, he was sick. Hasselhoff’s people released a statement saying yesterday’s incident was because of an ear infection which he was treating with Antivert.
This medication clashed poorly with Antabuse, another tactlessly-named medication the Hoff is taking to keep him from drinking. The cocktail resulted in a loss of equilibrium, so when the paramedics arrived, Hasselhoff opted to go to the hospital for help.
His teenage daughter Hayley Hasselhoff alerted her mother Pamela Bach last night saying her dad was drunk. One of Bach’s friends dialed 911, who answered the call shortly after to escort Hasselhoff to hospital.
It appears as if ‘The Hoff’ has fallen off the wagon – again. “Baywatch” legend and “America’s Got Talent” judge David Hasselhoff has struggled with addiction for years, and reports of his rehabilitation and recovery have kept fans hopeful but a report of his sudden hospitalization surfaced yesterday.
TMZ.com quoted his rep, Judy Katz, who confirmed the rumour. “David had a brief relapse and immediately recognized the importance of addressing it with the assistance of his doctors,” she said.
The 55-year-old father lost temporary custody of his children in May due to footage leaked onto the web that featured a drunk, and agitated Hasselhoff interacting with his daughter. Immediately afterwards, ‘The Hoff’ vowed to stay clean for the sake of his family, fans and health – until now.
The National Enquirer is reporting that David Hasselhoff was readmitted to a Los Angeles detox hospital yesterday after a severe alcohol relapse.
Hasselhoff was described as looking “weak,” “trembling” and “ashen.”
Hasselhoff’s alcoholism was smeared all over the internet earlier this year, when a videotape his daughter filmed of him drunk made its way online. The incident left him “humiliated,” but unable to completely kick his habit.
“He lives for his children and it killed him that they had to see him so drunk he didn’t know what he was doing,” a source told the Enquirer. “Most times he does remarkably well,…Then every once in a while he slips up and relapses. Then he has to start all over again.”
Despite the videotape controversy, Hasselhoff did win primary custody of his two children over his ex-wife, Pamela Bach. The 55-year-old was last seen as a judge on the television reality program, America’s Got Talent.
David Hasselhoff says if you want the world’s most beautiful women delivered to your hotel room go to Copenhagen.
The “Click” star has stayed in hotels all around the world but found the room service in the Danish capital to be the most satisfactory – because of the stunning staff.
He told Britain’s Loaded magazine: “Copenhagen has the prettiest girls. All I will say is go to Copenhagen and order room service. When I was there, we’d keep ringing back and ordering more room service, then we’d call them
back and say, ‘Hey, you forgot the cream!’ It seemed each time an even more gorgeous girl would walk in. Copenhagen has the most beautiful, tall girls.”
Despite his love of Danish girls, Hasselhoff recently confessed he is on the look out for an intelligent English girlfriend.
The former “Baywatch” actor wants to put his recent divorce from Pamela Bach, his wife of 16 years, behind him and find a “career-orientated chick” from the UK.
He said: “I want to find myself a beautiful English girlfriend. But I don’t want some dumb blonde. I’d like a woman who is really intelligent. A chick who is career-orientated.”
As the divorce is still in process, the latest court papers have surfaced and reveal a few settlements that have been made.
According to E! Online, who were able to obtain the most recent documents, David Hasselhoff, 53, and soon to be ex wife Pamela Bach, 42, both will receive $27,000 a month through their community property that still remains uncertain. However, that money will pay Bach and their daughters’ mortgage for their current place of living, security costs, $740 per month towards gardening expenses, $37,390 for private school tuition, veterinarian bills, $1,333.97 for car payments for Bach’s Mercedes-Benz, and $1,125.75 for the Cadillac Escalade and the Land Rover. Hasselhoff will also be given an extra $10,900 per month in order to pay rent for his current place, which he lives at.
In return for settling these daily expenses, Hasselhoff and Bach’s lawyers will each receive $50,000.
In May, their custody battle was settled concerning their two daughters, Taylor Ann, 16, and Hayley Amber, 12. The settlement consisted of Hasselhoff and Bach receiving joint custody, and alternating special occasions such as birthdays every year.
The divorce is set to become final on July 26, six months after they announced they were separating. During those months, both accused each other of wrongful doing. Hasselhoff claims Bach abused prescription and illegal drugs, while Bach claims Hasselhoff terrorized her and physically abused her. The result of these claims has Hasselhoff slapped with a restraining order. He is to stay 100 yards away from Bach except for court-approved visitations.
David Hasselhoff and his wife of 16 years are divorced.
E! Online is reporting that Hasselhoff and wife Pamela Bach are officially divorced. The couple separated in January.
“I’ve always loved him and always will, and have love and compassion for him. It’s a very, very sad day, but a day to move on,” Bach said to the Associated Press on Wednesday.
Hasselhoff cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. Meanwhile, Bach accused the former Baywatch star of verbally and physically assaulting her, and got a restraining order put against the actor in March of this year.
Hasselhoff hasn’t commented on the divorce yet.
Former Baywatch star and current America’s Got Talent judge David Hasselhoff underwent surgery on Thursday for a severed tendon in his right arm.
According to his publicist, Judy Katz, the 53-year-old actor was shaving at a gym in London, UK’s Sanderson Hotel when he hit his head on a chandelier, sending shards of glass across his arm.
Hasselhoff spent one night at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London after doctors repaired the injury.
“He’s fine,” Katz told the Associated Press. “He’s out of the hospital and will resume filming tomorrow.”
Hasselhoff is in London working on an ad campaign for Pipex, a British internet company.
Former Baywatch star David Hasselhoff has cancelled his debut pantomime stage role to appear in a new reality series created by Simon Cowell, reports the BBC.
Hasselhoff was scheduled to play Captain Hook in a production of Peter Pan in London, UK.
However, the stage show clashes with Cowell’s new TV series, American’s Got Talent. Hasselhoff has signed on with the show to judge aspiring performers.
The 53-year-old has previously appeared onstage as “Billy Flynn” in a 2004 production of Chicago.
On America’s Got Talent, he’ll join fellow judges Piers Morgan, a British journalist, and R&B singer Brandy.
Contestants on the show, which debuts this week on NBC, will be competing for a $1 million US prize.