Minister for Motivation David Hasselhoff?
David Hasselhoff is thinking about joining British parliament after Prime Minister David Cameron reportedly asked him to become the ''Minister for Motivation''.
David Hasselhoff claims Prime Minister David Cameron wants him to become the "Minister for Motivation".
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge - who met the British political leader during a visit to Westminster two months ago - joked that he is thinking about joining parliament in the hope of motivating the UK population.
Speaking on tomorrow night's show (23.04.11), he says: "I saw David Cameron and he wants me to run for the Minister for Motivation. So I'm thinking about joining parliament. I'm going to motivate people.
"You think you can do it? You can do it. If I can, you can. Sometimes life gives you a wake-up call. It's how fast you get up, not how hard you fall."
Meanwhile, the former 'Baywatch' hunk is left stunned when one contestant tells him her job is a lollipop lady.
While David thinks this involves giving out sweet treats to children, fellow 'Britain's Got Talent' judges Amanda Holden and Michael McIntyre set him straight on 66-year-old Margaret Austin's actual career.
After hearing the pensioner's poetry, Michael gushes: "Margaret, I feel a lot of love in this room for you."