I’m too nice to be talent show judge, says David Hasselhoff

London: Former ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judge David Hasselhoff says he is pleased that he won’t be back on the show as he is “not good at being rude” to contestants.

Speaking as he signed copies of his latest album for fans at the HMV flagship store in London, on Monday, he said he had signed up to do only one series of the ITV1 show with Simon Cowell.

“I’m not good at being rude. I’m not good at being honest when I know its going to break someone’s heart,” the Daily Express quoted him as saying.

“If I was invited back, and I wasn’t, I’m not sure I would have come back – I’m having more fun being on stage.”

The 59-year-old ex-Baywatch star’s new album ‘This Time Around’ is a selection of Frank Wildhorn ballads.