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David Hasselhoff Gets Upset At America’s Got Talent Chicago Auditions

June 20, 2007 12:34 AM by Joe Blackmon

Hasselhoff_upsetDuring the America’s Got Talent Dallas auditions, Sharon Osbourne got
over how cruel Piers Morgan was being to some of the younger
contestants, and she stormed off the stage.  During the America’s Got
Talent Chicago auditions, it was David Hasselhoff’s turn to throw a fit
and leave the stage.

During an audition by Boy Shakira, a male impersonator of Shakira, David Hasselhoff hit his buzzer almost immediately.  When asked for his vote, Hasselhoff said “Absolutely 100% no.”  However, Sharon Osbourne and Piers Morgan were entertained and sent Boy Shakira through to the next round. 

An agitated David Hasselhoff got up and went back stage to his dressing room.  Piers Morgan followed him and said “one hundred percent entertaining gold, Boy Shakira.” To which, Hasselhoff responded “Are you sitting on the same stage as me?  Oh my god!  The world has gone mad!”  Hasselhoff also expressed his displeasure to producers and pushed away a camera.   

The judges also sent martial artist group Sideswipe, country singer Jason Pritchett, ventriloquist Terry Fator, beatboxer Butterscotch, singer Cas Haley, dance group 2nd Story Guys, singing group The Fault Line, magician Kevin James, eighty year old singer Ada Lynn, and dancer Kashif through to the next round.

The judges rejected singer Consuelo Campbell, singer Francisse Elaine, piano player John England, mime and comedian Mr. Heart and Soul, musician Charlie King, dance group Coolaid, burlesque dancers Hot Pink Feathers, and butt breaker Alex Mooney.

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7 Responses to “David Hasselhoff Gets Upset At America’s Got Talent Chicago Auditions”

  1. Judi Says:
    June 20th, 2007 at 7:19 am

    This show has gotten silly. They are so inconsistent in who/what they put through and who/what they eliminate. Just because some old granny (and I am one, so don’t get bent out of shape old girls)gets up and warbles some silly ditty or does a jig doesn’t mean they should put her through. Just because some wannabe belly dancer whose only qualification is she has plenty of belly wants it badly does not mean they should put her through. Show has become pale copy of American Idol.

  2. Joe Says:
    June 20th, 2007 at 5:04 pm

    Just to let you in on the belly dancer, that was a man not a girl….LOL seriously thats why that drunk hasselhoff flipped out, hes a racist bastard and should be fired just like what happened to that dude on Grey’s Anatomy. YOUR FIRED HASSELHOFF

  3. linda Says:
    June 23rd, 2007 at 2:07 am

    americas got talent??? david was right about the “boy …” i may not have much more talent, if any more, than most of the contestants.
    but i’m not up there trying ! ! !
    more than one of them have been sad sittuations.

  4. Mina Says:
    June 25th, 2007 at 9:25 am

    The Hoff is getting annoying but the show is good.


  5. Connie Says:
    June 26th, 2007 at 8:16 pm

    Is this America has got talent or the Jerry Springer Show? Last year awesome show..This year…the drama is getting annoying..if they bring on a family scrapping and Doing each other, I’ll never watch again..Jerry Springer go home..Bring back Regis…Connie

  6. Jack Says:
    July 13th, 2007 at 10:43 am

    Like millions of others, I sat slack-jawed as Sharon and Piers passed through “Boy Shakira” and Kashif while rejecting two great female singers. Perhaps the producers thought they would get a “Sanjaya surge” of audience but I would remind them that the Sanjaya surge were bored teeny-boppers who would not return for the next season while AI lost millions of core audience who also thought the show had gone nuts. Whatever the reasons for passing these no-talents through while dashing the chances of talented contestants, I assure you it will backfire.

  7. Jack Says:
    July 19th, 2007 at 5:27 am

    After my last post and on reflection, I think I figured it out. Of course last season saw amazing talent and an unbelievable 11-year old. Prior to this season, the producers got together and decided to refocus the show on the cultural underbelly and nuts that do, I admit, represent one of the attractions of American Idol auditions. The difference is only the talented are passed. Who else to use as host than the king of the exploitation of social and cultural rejects, Jerry Springer. The show will probably do well by attracting the same National Enquirer reading Jerry Springer audience and eliminate the uphill effort of competing with AI. Like much of the core audience gained by the terrific first season, AGT can now “include me out!”


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