So, then I began to think (don’t get scared because of that!!). I thought to myself, I could pretend to interview ANY author and how would you know if I made up the answers myself, or plagiarized another interviewer?
Thus, Famous Friday has emerged, like a babe from the womb. I am going to pick a famous author (or celeb) and I will interview them. I will ask them my own questions, but I will take REAL ANSWERS (to who knows what) that they have said in interviews and I will insert it in as their answer to my questions.
So ***** This is fun. Not real. Yes, real quotes, but not to the original questions, or maybe they are…? *****
Today I am pleased to announce that I will be interviewing “The Hoff”. Yup!! David “Knight Rider” Hasselhoff! Wha Wha?
You didn’t know that besides his fabulous taste in tv shows, he is also a writer! He has written multiple books including, my personal favorite, Don’t Hassel the Hoff.
Boy, oh boy. This is going to be fun! I can’t wait to hear all about what he’s been up to.
Let’s get started, shall we?
Charity – David! So good of you to stop by today! I am increasingly surprised by the amount of men willing to be interviewed on a…what I would call, a girly blog. I assume you enjoy your fans and know how much they love you?
David – There are many dying children out there whose last wish is to meet me. I feel like Elvis. Only alive.
Charity – Elvis? Oh! Ok. He was pretty cool. So, what do you think of being called “The Hoff”? Do you think it is a compliment or an annoying nickname?
David – Ninety-nine percent of people now call me The Hoff – and it’s out of respect. The Hoff has taken over David Hasselhoff. David Hasselhoff really doesn’t know who he is anymore. Everywhere I go, it’s The Hoff.
Charity – What do you think of your career choices? Do you regret any of them? Would you do it the same way again?
David – In life, you either watch TV or you do TV. I told my daughters that the only way you are going to make it in this business is to get in the game. That’s the biggest advice I can give them. I started training for musicals since I was a boy.
Charity – Which show, do you believe, made the best contribution to society?
David – Beyond its entertainment value, ‘Baywatch’ has enriched, and in many cases, helped save lives. We made sure nobody ever died on the show. We made sure nobody ever drowned on ‘Baywatch’.
Charity – Hmm. So, that’s pretty cool. I had no idea that you guys were so safe. I am also impressed it has saved so many lives. Who knew?
What do you think of the younger generation of celebrities like Justin Bieber?
David – When Justin Bieber comes up and goes, ‘Hoff!’ and then Selena Gomez says, “It’s so weird he loves you,” it’s great. It just means that you’re hip and it’s cool.
Charity – What is your favorite picture that is out there for the world to see?
Charity – Oh, yeah! I can see why. Sweet ride.
David – Image is what people perceive my life to be. It’s nothing like the truth. I’m six foot four, all American guy and handsome and talented as well!
Charity – So, let’s talk about your book, Don’t Hassel the Hoff.
David – I’m trying to document all the amazing things that have happened to me. It’s about facing your fears and using your powers in a positive way. I’ve done everything and I talk about what I’ve learnt through all those journeys: how I tried to save the world and forgot to save myself.
Charity – Lastly, could you tell us what’s up your sleeve? What’s your next career move?
David – Before long, I’ll have my own channel. I’ll be like Barney.
Charity – huh. Well, sounds fun. Thanks for taking time to come over and answer some questions. Good luck out there! Any last words for us? What keeps you sane?
David – Spirituality. Prayer is a big part of my life.
So there you have it! If you would like to connect with “The Hoff” on Goodreads, feel free to do so.
Thanks again for another fabulous Famous Friday!!