Hasselhoff Injured!

Manolo says, Ayyyyyyyyy!

Former “Baywatch” star David Hasselhoff had surgery after severing a tendon in his right arm in an accident in a London gym bathroom, his spokeswoman said Friday.

The 53-year-old actor, who played lifeguard Mitch Buchannon on the TV beach drama for 11 years, was shaving at a gym in the Sanderson Hotel on Thursday when he hit his head on a chandelier, showering his arm with broken glass, his publicist, Judy Katz, said.

Doctors operated to repair the injury and Hasselhoff spent one night at St. Thomas’ Hospital in central London, Katz said.

“He’s fine,” Katz said by phone from New York. “He’s out of the hospital and will resume filming tomorrow.”

The Manolo he has two reactions to this news. First, Thank the Lord that the mighty Hasselhoff was not serious injured.

And second, What athleticism, to be able to bounce his head off the chandelier while shaving!


Hasselhoff, Humanitarian!

Manolo says, this it is why the Manolo loves the Hasselhoff. Yes, many may mock, and he has had the personal problems, but the Manolo knows that his heart it is in the correct place, and that he uses his great fame and enormous talent for good.

And, what could bring greater joy to the sick child than the acapella rendition of this Hasselhoffian masterwork?



Manolo says, this it is the most significant piece of film you will see this year.

P.S. Many thanks to the Srah for sending the Manolo the link to this work of distilled genius.



Manolo crys out, Nooooooooooooooooooo!

It appears KITT will be speeding to the big screen sans David Hasselhoff. Hasselhoff, who shot to fame as the show’s titular crime-fighting hero, Michael Knight, had been attached to the project for years, but a source close to the movie deal tells E! Online that the actor is currently not involved.


The Hasselhoff “Blemish”

Manolo says, this article it is indeed weak.

It is always a bit ticklish confronting Germans with their past. You ask them why it happened. You ask whether they supported it. Why they didn’t rebel against it? How could millions of people not see that they were wrong? Andreas from Berlin is a typical witness of the times. A mere 28 years old, his whole life will be marked by the mistakes of an entire nation — an occurrence that is singular in world history.

“I swear, I have no idea how a David Hasselhoff song could top the German charts for eight weeks in 1989,” he says. His tone is defensive and apologetic — a tone one hears across Germany when talking about the historical black mark.

This it is ridiculous; to not know that the Hasselhoff is one of the singular, multi-faceted talents of this, or any other age is to be plunged into the spiritual and intellectual darkness from which it would most difficult to emerge.

You might have never heard about “the Hoff’s” biggest smash hits “Looking for Freedom” and “Crazy for you,” but ask any German between 20 and 40 about it. After a few seconds of blushed embarrassment they might even remember the lyrics, including poetic gems like: “Everybody sunshine, everybody fun time, we’ve got the power, we’ve got the Lord.” The pain, though, must be deeply felt in a country with the long and highly regarded literary, religious and musical tradition enjoyed by Germany.

Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. Urgh. Look! Someone is making the lame and too predictable joke at the expense of the magnificent Hasselhoff and his many ernest German friends.

This person has no soul.


The Pepsi Hoff

Manolo says, Ayyyyyyyy! The Manolo he has just changed his beverage of choice!


Hooked on the Feeling

Manolo says, the Manolo he cannot tell you how many dozens of his internet friends have sent him links to this video.

It is the very reason music and video and music videos were invented. Genius!


The Divorce of the Hasselhoff

The Hoff and the Soon-to-be-former Mrs. Hoff

Manolo says, many, many of the Manolo’s internet friends have been emailing the Manolo, sending him links to the articles which announce that the magnificent David Hasselhoff he is divorcing his wife of the many years, the Pamela Bach.

Like many of the great actors, it is clear to the Manolo that the Hasselhoff, he is the profound man beset by the personal demons. However, again like many of the great actors, he has been able to take the roiling emotions of real life and transmute them into the purest, most refined sort of artistic gold.

Like the Brando, or the Olivier, the Hasselhoff he will weather the tempest and will emerge the better artist for it.

P.S. Many thanks to the Manolo’s friend the Jen, who first broke the news to the Manolo.


Hassle not the Hoff

Manolo says, Joe Cool.

P.S. Many thanks to the many internet friends of the Manolo who emailed this photo to the Manolo.


The Perfect Holiday Gift for Everyone

Knight Rider - Season One Knight Rider - Season Two Knight Rider - Season Three

Manolo says, who would not be thrilled to find this under the tree?


The Plastic Hasselhoff!

Manolo says, the Fug Girls, they are not loving the Hasselhoff as they should!

Yes, perhaps the magnificent Hasselhoff he has resorted needlessly to the aesthetic surgery (and this when his own manly features they could hardly be improved upon!), but is he still not the master actor of his generation? The person upon whom the millions worldwide justifiably lavish their adoration?

The conclusion of the Manolo: Despite the strong evidence to the contrary, the Hasselhoff he is only human. He feels the same pressure as the rest of us to look his best. Yet, undoubtedly, this personal insecurity, it will only add to the depth of his on-screen portrayals.