David Hasselhoff can’t stand being without his girlfriend

Washington: David Hasselhoff has revealed that when he’s alone the silence feels “deafening” and that it’s difficult travelling for work without his girlfriend Hayley Williams. The former ‘Baywatch’ star is renowned for his positive outlook and upbeat nature, but says that when he’s alone at night, he gets lonely.

“Eighty per cent of the time I am positive and upbeat. But you know what? You can meet 10,000 people in a night, however, if you then go back to your hotel room and you’re on your own, the silence can be deafening,” a website has quoted him as telling a magazine.

“I worked on Christmas Day, I’ve missed a lot of weddings because of work commitments. You miss a lot,” he said.

One way in which the actor finds solace however is in his canine friends, as he spends a great deal of time and his own money on saving rescue dogs.

“Travel and dogs are my biggest extravagances. No expense is spared when we travel and my family love dogs. I probably spend 1,000 dollars a time on dogs as we help rescue a lot of them,’’ he added.

ANI

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