There's a pretty low likelihood that TV show host Tom Bergeron will return to "Dancing With the Stars" after leaving the show months back. Since then, he has been thrilling fans with social media posts. Here is another one for that collection.
Over the weekend, American television show host Tom Bergeron took to his Instagram page to share a throwback picture that immediately sent fans into stitches.
The image appeared to have been from years ago, and it featured the firmer DWTS host, Bergeron, lying down on a table as a swarm of women surrounded him from all sides.
Tom Bergeron on the set of "To Tell The Truth," on November 13, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images
The TV show host looked as casual as possible, donning a grey T-shirt and a pair of light-blue jeans. That was a far cry from the dapper, suited man who many knew on "Dancing With the Stars."
As the picture showed, Bergeron appeared to have been having the time of his life. He flashed a peace sign at the camera as he made a funny face. The TV show host went further and made an apt reference to the novel coronavirus pandemic in his captions. He said:
"Eight years ago today, October 17, 2012...a really bad day for social distancing ?? #midseasonparty"
The social distancing reference was incredibly funny. Many fans noted that in the comment section, applauding Bergeron for his sense of humor. Other fans focused on the women who surrounded Bergeron, with some implying that he was a ladies' man.
Bergeron has made it clear that he is done with "Dancing With the Stars" for good.
Bergeron has been living it up since he suddenly left "Dancing With the Stars" earlier this year. The show decided to shake things up for the new season, including parting ways with the former host and longtime co-host Erin Andrews.
Bergeron had been with the reality TV competition show since it began. On the other hand, Andrews joined in season 18. Both show hosts had formed an incredible duo.
Tom Bergeron and Erin Adrews attending "Dancing With The Stars" Season 23 Finale at The Grove on November 2016. I Photo: Getty Images.
Sadly, their time came to an end this year. Addressing their exit, Carol Ann Inaba, one of the show's judges, explained that she would miss them a lot. However, Inaba also threw her weight behind Tyra Banks, the show's new host. The judge explained that Banks brings new energy to the show.
While responding to a Twitter influencer about his stance on the show, the former host claimed that the "train had left the station." Despite the rough start, Banks has trooped on and hopes that fans eventually come around to like her hosting over time.