Tom Bergeron Makes Fun of Getting Fired From DWTS

Former “Dancing With the Stars” host Tom Bergeron not too long ago had a bit poke at getting fired from the show after 28 seasons. You know what they are saying — if you cannot snort at your self, how are you going to snort at anyone else?

Read on to seek out out what he mentioned.

Tom Jokes That He’s Drinking a Lot After Being Fired From ‘Dancing With the Stars’

Bergeron recorded a video for the outgoing president of the New England chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Science group. The video was performed on the native Emmy awards ceremony on June 5, however on the published, it was arduous to see and listen to precisely what he was saying, so Bergeron posted the total video to Instagram every week later.

Bergeron’s message as as follows:

Hi there. I’m Tom Bergeron, profession transition marketing consultant, coming to you from Hollywood, California, with a particular message for Danielle Manion … you are stepping down as president of the New England regional chapter of the Emmys, so you are going by a transitional interval. I’ve stepped down from a high-profile position myself pretty not too long ago… effectively, technically, they modified the locks, however that’s neither right here nor there.

It’s vital, Danielle, that you’ve hobbies as you progress into their subsequent section of life. I’m out there for extra recommendation do you have to want it, however actually, it is all about having issues that you may spend your time with productively. Take care!

He then pours himself a drink from a vodka bottle and proceeds to chug it, letting out a small burp and a sigh along with his typical Bergeron hilarity.

What Has Bergeron Been Up To Lately (Besides Drinking)?

Since his time on “Dancing With the Stars” was unceremoniously minimize quick after season 28, Bergeron has been preserving a lot busy. He hosted a web based model of “Hollywood Squares” to profit the Hollywood Museum; he has been filming a comedy net collection referred to as “Down the Middle”; he hosted a star-studded desk learn of “It’s a Wonderful Life” to profit the Ed Asner Foundation; and he additionally may be returning to TV full time in a reboot of “Tic-Tac-Dough.”

Bergeron remains to be awaiting phrase on whether or not NBC goes to select up “Tic-Tac-Dough,” telling “Daily Blast Live” in late 2021 that they’re hoping to be in manufacturing in 2022.

“We’re nonetheless awaiting that one hundred pc greenlight from NBC,” mentioned Bergeron. “Some of the reporting bought a bit forward of the curve, however it’s wanting good.”

He then quipped, “And if they do not choose it up, I can all the time do it for birthday events. We can carry a transportable sport to your own home.”

One factor that’s pretty sure is he won’t be returning to “Dancing With the Stars,” even because the show strikes to Disney Plus and probably will get a brand new (returning) govt producer if Conrad Green does certainly signal on to return to the show. Green beforehand govt produced the collection from season one by season 18. Bergeron has mentioned, nevertheless, that he thinks Green’s return will give the show a “spring its step.”

“Dancing With the Stars” returns for its thirty first season in fall 2022 on Disney Plus.


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