David Hasseloff: I'm not a big fan of Celebrity Big Brother
David Hasseloff admits he is not a "big fan" of 'Celebrity Big Brother' and denied rumours he will be entering the Big Brother house, despite being on the German version of the reality show.
David Hasselhoff is not a "big fan" of 'Celebrity Big Brother'.
The former 'Baywatch' hunk has rubbished rumours he will appear on the UK version of the Channel 5 reality TV show after his former 'Baywatch' co-star Jeremy Jackson was kicked off the last series for allegedly groping 'Ex on the Beach' star Chloe Goodman.
Speaking at the launch of his new series 'Hoff The Record', the 62-year-old star told BANG Showbiz: "I did 'Celebrity Big Brother' in Germany and I knew how to get in and how to get out. I'm not a big fan of those shows. but what they're all aiming for is conflict and drama, and tears and heartbreak, and embarrassment."
Meanwhile, David said he is "excited" to be working on new projects that he actually wants to be doing and doesn't find a chore.
He said: "Right now, I'm in a place in my life where I'm excited because I'm doing stuff mostly that I want to do. I have a movie coming out called 'Killing Hasselhoff' and it's really funny and it's coming out in September."
The TV star also said that there will be a second series of the new show - which is a sitcom based on a fictionalised version of 'Baywatch' and he said they have lots of "ideas".
He revealed: "The best part about this is we have a second season and we are only going to get better, a third season I wanna see this go around the world. This show can go anywhere. I want to take the whole group to India and do Baywatch. "
The first episode of 'Hoff The Record' will be aired on June 18 at 9pm on Dave.