David Hasselhoff parties hard in Dublin's Lillies Bordello following Ray Darcy performance
Nineties heart-throb David Hasselhoff thrilled the audience of last night’s Ray Darcy Show with his hearty version of ‘I’ll Tell Me Ma’, before hitting Dublin nightclub Lillies Bordello.
After his interview in Montrose, the actor partied into the early hours of the morning and performed a rendition of the Baywatch classic 'I'm Always Here'.
The Hoff was attending a launch party for Gumball 3000 and posed for selfies with eager fans as he soaked up the atmosphere.
On last night's Ray Darcy Show, Hasslehoff donned an Ireland scarf and belted out the lyrics on 'I'll Tell Me Ma', which he learned specifically ahead of his RTE appearance.
The former Baywatch star revealed he picked up the words to the popular Irish song when he saw a performance by Irish-American band Flogging Molly at Coachella, a festival flourished with Hollywood A-listers including Kylie and Kendal Jenner and Brooklyn Beckham.
“I was at Coachella and I saw Flogging Molly, you know them? They were singing this song and I learned the words for tonight. You guys will know it,” he said.
The actor also opened up about his relationship with twin duo Jedward, who he dubbed ‘The Aliens’.
“I was in New York City one day and I’m driving down the street doing a promotion for this show Hoff The Record. I was walking down 58th and Broadway and I go ‘Hey Jedward. It’s Hasselhoff’. They came running over and asked me if I could get them tickets to the EMAs which were held in Belfast. They’re good guys.”
The Hoff is spending the Bank Holiday Weekend in Ireland to take part in celebrity motor rally Gumball 3000.
Drivers from more than thirty countries will take part in the race with will display a vast range of vintage classics to hypercars including Aston Martins, Jaguars, Rolls Royce and Bentleys to name but a few.