“Dancing With the Stars” has Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews won’t be back for the following period of the truth rivalry, numerous news outlets are announcing.
As per People magazine, ABC and BBC gave a statement Monday affirming the flight of Bergeron, who has been with the show since 2005, and Andrews, who contended on the show in 2010 and has co-facilitated since 2014.
“Tom Bergeron will always be a piece of the ‘Dancing With the Stars’ family,” read the statement got by People and E! News. “As we set out on another imaginative course, he leaves the show with our sincerest thanks and appreciation for his trademark mind and appeal that helped make this show a triumph.”
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The statement proceeded to state that Andrews, 42, won’t be returning, either.
“We welcome all that she brought to the assembly hall,” the systems stated, commending “her mark comical inclination.”
Bergeron, 65, seemed to accept the news, tweeting that his 15-year residency on the show has been “the most unforeseen endowment of my vocation.”
“I’m thankful for that and for the long lasting fellowships made. All things considered, presently what am I expected to do with these sparkle veils?” he jested.