Tom Bergeron is getting saucy.
On Thursday, the tv character cheekily responded to a tweet about “Dancing with the Stars” executive producer Andrew Llinares stepping down.
When requested for his ideas by a fan in regards to the shakeup, Bergeron responded, “Karma’s a b–ch,” together with a winky face emoji.
Llinares joined the ABC franchise in 2018 and oversaw large modifications, together with the choice to replace Bergeron and co-host Erin Andrews with Tyra Banks.
Bergeron, 66, began internet hosting the dance present in 2005 till he was let go in 2019.
“Simply knowledgeable @DancingABC might be persevering with with out me,” he tweeted saying the information. “It’s been an unimaginable 15 12 months run and essentially the most surprising reward of my profession. I’m grateful for that and for the lifelong friendships made. That stated, now what am I alleged to do with all of those glitter masks?”
It was no secret that the “Hollywood Squares” alum clashed with Llinares.
He made that clear when President Trump’s former press secretary Sean Spicer was a contestant within the present’s twenty eighth season.
Bergeron tweeted that he had lunched with Llinares and recommended that the returning season be freed from politics, which was ignored.
“It’s the prerogative of the producers, in partnership with the community, to make no matter choices they really feel are in one of the best long run pursuits of the franchise,” he wrote. “We will comply with disagree, as we do now, however in the end it’s their name.”
Andrews, who joined the present as a co-host in 2014, confessed to being shocked when instructed of the firing.
“It was a shock,” Andrews instructed Additional. “I obtained a cellphone name and I answered the cellphone. I used to be like, ‘This isn’t good.’”