David Hasselhoff is set to headline his own Las Vegas show.

The former 'Baywatch' actor - who has also had a pop career, and has achieved chart success in Germany - is currently working on a "musical show" which will be a cross between his 80s TV programme 'Knight Rider' and the classic 'Sin City' performances of stars like Frank Sinatra.

Speaking at a 'Knight Rider' festival in Las Vegas, David - who is also known as 'The Hoff' - said: "I think it's going to be very soon now that I'm back here with my own show. I have a musical show. We just performed it and it went great. We're getting offers. I'm talking with hotels here.

"It will be the 'Rat Pack' meets 'The Hoff' meets 'Knight Rider'.

"Maybe I'll start downtown. I like it here. It has the old Vegas vibe and then I'll move it to the Strip later."

David had been working on the judging panel of Simon Cowell's show 'America's Got Talent', until he quit last year.

However, the 57-year-old star claims he has never been so busy, as he prepares to release an album of love songs and is working on a new TV show.

He added to the Las Vegas Sun newspaper: "I'm the busiest I've been in a long time. I'm going over to Germany, where my music business is still extraordinarily big. I'm recording a new romantic songs CD and for US television network PBS, we will shoot a special in the castles of Ireland, with the Celtic women dancing in unison with me."