A New Hosting Gig has been announced by Tom Bergeron

A New Hosting Gig has been announced by Tom Bergeron ...

Tom Bergeron was chosen to lead the ABC celebrity ballroom competition for 28 seasons, from 2005 to 2020, before he and his long-time co-host Erin Andrews were replaced by Tyra Banks.

When Bergeron retired from the role of DWTS, he revealed that he wasn''t surprised by his dismissal, because he had previously butted heads with ABC producers and executives over the casting.

Bergeron admits that his many years on the show have been exceptional.

At the end of the season that ended up being my last season, I kind of knew, according to Bergeron. So I took everything out of my dressing room that I really wanted. I wasnt surprised that was my last season, so there was no blue period. I think Erin and I had more fun getting fired than anyone else.

There are still some good news for those who have ever been craming the blues since Bergeron''s departure.

Tom Bergeron has announced a new hosting gig that has nothing to do with dancing.

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In December 2020, Bergeron told TV Insider, When people said, im not gonna watch until youre back, I say, okay, theres really no until here. This train has left the station.

In a posting on his Instagram page on May 27, 2022, Bergeron announced that he will be performing the first annual Pet Gala for Wagmor Pets.

As he announced his role for the June 27, 2022 fundraiser, the Emmy winner was seen playing with several terrier dogs in need of adoption.

Bergeron said that he''ll leave this postponed. Im gonna lose the previous hosting skill set.

According to the Wagmor rescue website, the Pet Gala will take place at the Yamashiro Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles and will feature Jenna Dewan as the red carpet guest of honor.

This is the first day of the conference that has had Bergerons host. He was inducted into the Star-Studded Virtual Gala and Table Reading of Its A Wonderful Life in December 2020.

At the time, Bergeron posted an Instagram post, revealing the remake of the 1947 Hollywood classic. Trying to get [Ed Asner] to add a rousing singalong to Wont You Come Home George Bailey?

Tom Bergeron Had a Long Hosting Career

From 1998 to 2004, Tom Bergeron served as host of the television game show Hollywood Squares, and Americas Funniest Home Videos from 2011 to 2015.

He told TV Insider that his unexpected career path looks like a kidage note from a variety of magazines, and that he has basically entered everything on his bucket list.

Bergeron said that he and his crew presented great opportunities on two network shows for the better part of 15 years each, so lifes been excellent. Every format imaginable has a different outlook. Im always open to surprises.