Tom Bergeron may have lost his longstanding job hosting “Dancing With the Stars”, but the veteran TV personality has danced his way over to a whole new gig.

On Wednesday, Bergeron took to Instagram to share a screenshot of a Deadline feature reporting that he’ll be hosting a remake of game show “Tic-Tac-Dough”, which originally debuted on television in the late 1950s, was revived in 1978 and running until 1986, and a brief resurrection in 1990.

In his new role, Bergeron is the latest in a line of “Tic-Tac-Dough” hosts that has included Jack Barry, Gene Rayburn, Wink Martindale and others.

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“Does this mean I can stop being a tease?” Bergeron quipped in the caption.

Bergeron’s caption references the frequent teases he’s issued on social media, as far back as April, hinting that another TV job was on the horizon.

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Fans of “DWTS” initially registered their disappointment when ABC announced in 2020 that Bergeron and co-host Erin Andrews were out, replaced by current host Tyra Banks.

Check out Bergeron’s big tease from back in April.