Another controversial less, more great news came up when “Dancing with the Stars,” a long-term supposedly permanent host, claimed that he was fired from the show for some misunderstandings and differences of opinions between him and the showrunners. He particularly mentioned that he was butting heads with the creators. Let’s delve this deeper into all prospects.
Tom Bergeron allegedly left the popular “Dancing with the Stars” show after hosting the show for 28 Seasons, and now, fans started grieving when he left the show. However, Tom didn’t speak much about his leaving the show immediately but after a year while speaking with the former host of America’s Funniest Home Videos, Bob Saget. He opened about his firing in Bob Saget’s podcast Here For You.
He admitted that he didn’t leave the show voluntarily; instead, he was fired for butting heads with the Creators and Showrunners. He even explained that he never loved the show all-heartedly. Tom Bergeron spoke that with these problems, he saw this withdrawal coming.
Tom Bergeron even spoke that the problems persisted even before his firing. Apparently, since 2008, he had clashed with the executive producer for the differences of opinions. He confessed all this with an Interview with Vicki Abelson. There were many differences in opinions where the show’s line-up was the most evident one.
The popular resistance which Bergeron spoke about was his denial to casting Former US President Donald Trump’s Press Secretary Sean Spicer. He hoped that Dancing With The Stars would not get into the political agenda’s climate and would maintain joy and a perpetual positive climate upon its return. He also mentioned that it’s well evident that the final call always remains with the Showrunners. All he can do is disagree, which is what he did.
However, Tom Bergeron kept everything aside in the Changing Rooms and moved on for his new evolving future. He explains that he has a perfect hard-earned future while he is currently working with two shows simultaneously earning so much, which would suffice for the next decade.