David Hasselhoff Has a Really Good Reason for Why He Hasn't Watched Pamela Anderson's Sex Tape

Baywatch star also explains why there isn’t a Knight Rider movie coming soon

By Mike Vulpo Mar 30, 2016 8:00 PMTags
David Hasselhoff, Pamela AndersonJordan Strauss/Invision/AP, D Dipasupil/Getty Images for Extra

The Hoff has his boundaries when it comes to what he watches online.

There's no question that more than a few people have seen Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee's infamous sex tape. As for David Hasselhoff, he flat out refuses to see any second of it.

"No. No!" the Baywatch star shared on SiriusXM's Dirty, Sexy, Funny with Jenny McCarthy when asked if he's seen the clip. "Because I knew her. It was like watching my freaking sister. No I couldn't. Did you watch it?"

Funny you should ask David.

"I knew her," Jenny McCarthy shared. "I loved it! But I'm crazy David."

David added, "Oh my god. You know what… if you want to beat off to something, you should beat off to Hoff the Record. Okay! Because you know me. I'm not like your brother." And if you're curious, Hoff the Record is a British documentary-style sitcom starring David himself.

Putting NSFW clips aside, David is more than pumped to have a part in the upcoming Baywatch movie. After Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson confirmed the news on Instagram earlier this month, The Hoff has been spotted filming scenes in those signature red shorts.

"Hoff's a cool dude who's down to have fun and here's the best part," The Rock teased. "He's been training his ass off and gotten in the best shape he's been in in years!"

While there is plenty of excitement surrounding the upcoming Baywatch film, some moviegoers are still hoping for a Knight Rider movie. Lucky for us, Jenny got some answers on her radio show.

"I have tried. I have the rights for a year, two years. Glen Larson and I beat heads about it. He ended up selling to the Weinstein Company. I had a million dollars on the table to buy it he would not sell it to me," he explained. "He sold it to Weinstein Company and then he passed away."

So there's no hope whatsoever? Not so fast.

"I'm now talking to the Weinstein Company saying, ‘You got two ways to go. You can make it funny, make $300 million dollars because of the title or you can make it like the old Knight Rider and continue it on make a billion. And make it like Fast and Furious and you will have a franchise that will last forever.'"