Former Baywatch star David Hasselhoff has revealed how he was happy to leave the UK talent show, Britain’s Got Talent, as he felt he had given all he could to the show. David claims that, if he was asked back he probably would have said yes because he is not very good at saying no but he is glad that he was not asked to return for another season.
Hasselhoff explained, "I don't like to say no, it's hard. I'm not good at being rude. I'm not good at being honest when I know it’s going to break someone's heart. We only signed for a year and when I left his last words were 'fantastic, you did a great job'. If I was invited back, and I wasn't, I'm not sure I would have come back - I'm having more fun being on stage.”
He added, "All I know is that people come up to me on the street and say 'Are you coming back?'. I have nothing but respect for Simon and everyone on that show. They're still my great friends." David Hasselhoff has released his latest musical offering, which is his 17th studio album and is a mixture of classic ballads by American composer Frank Wildhorn.