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David Hasselhoff's New TV Show to Reveal His Good Side

June 29, 2010 (6:07 am) GMT
The divorced father who infamously battles alcoholism will show the public that he and his daughters are best friends who 'tell each other everything'.
David Hasselhoff

and his teenage daughters are planning to air out their family dramas in a U.S. version of their candid U.K. reality show - in a bid to put ongoing tabloid rumors to rest. The "Baywatch" star and his two actress daughters, 17-year-old Hayley and 20-year-old Taylor Ann, are working on a deal to bring their 2009 show, "Meet the Hasselhoffs", Stateside.

Hayley admits the series could shock audiences with behind-the-scenes insights into her dad's highly-publicized battle with alcoholism and his split from the girls' mother, actress . But she also hopes it will help critics see a different side to the Hasselhoff family.

She says, "I think the biggest thing of why we're doing it is to prove the tabloids wrong. The greatest thing about our family is that we don't care. We don't care if anybody talks bad about us. We laugh it off. We stay true to ourselves. We know what's happening at home. We don't need to tell the public - we don't need to explain it to the public..."

"I think the show's really going to represent how we're all best friends and how we tell each other everything."

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