Let’s dance! David Hasselhoff popped in for American Idol’s ‘80s night — because where there’s an ‘80s theme, there’s The Hoff — on Wednesday, March 25.
The legendary Baywatch alum, 62, who began his music career in the late ‘80s, took to the stage to teach the young contestants a thing or two about his favorite decade.
“I don’t remember much about the ‘80s,” he said, chuckling and stripping off his jacket and tie. “What I do remember was the music was soul, was funk, was disco. We had the crazy hair, big hair, lots of hair, but the thing I can remember [most] about the ‘80s was it was fun!”
Hasselhoff then slipped into a leather jacket and aviator shades to sing an almost two-minute mash-up of his favorite tunes, including Rick Astley’s “Never Going to Give You Up,” Culture Club’s “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me,” and David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance.”
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