Tom Bergeron Looks Back on His Time on ‘The Masked Singer’
The Masked Singer season three alum Tom Bergeron can’t help but hark back on his time in the competition after seeing a certain hot sauce. The television personality was revealed to be the celebrity behind the Taco costume.
Tom Bergeron Comically Reminisces His Time in The Masked Singer
In a recent post on Instagram, Bergeron showed a collage of two photos: one of him wearing his Taco costume and one hot sauce named “The Masked Taco.” Such hot sauce evidently made him recount his days in the reality series.
“I feel so…marketed,” he wrote as caption.
After the comedian got eliminated in The Masked Singer season three, he revealed that the hardest part in being Taco was the fact that he had to perform while wearing a hard and crunchy shell. Nonetheless, Bergeron still thinks that it was the right costume for him.
“The tomato mask was the easiest part, the hardest part was the hard-shelled taco itself,” he said. “The second number I did was ‘Bossa Nova Baby,’ an Elvis Presley tune — you try shaking your hips in a taco shell. It ain’t happenin’!”
Throughout the competition, Bergeron has successfully kept his identity as a secret. Even his friends from Dancing With The Stars failed to know that he joined the series. Later, he revealed that it was largely because of his DWTS family that he signed in. For those who may not know, there were several production staff that were alums of the dancing competition show.
He Pokes Fun of Himself Over Being a Van Gogh Lookalike
More than a week ago, Bergeron adorably tried the Google Arts & Culture app. This app essentially matches a person’s selfie to similar-looking prominent artwork. After playing the app, the former DWTS host found out that he has 61 percent resemblance to famous painter Van Gogh.
“A 61% match isn’t bad. I would’ve scored higher but I have both of my ears,” he wrote.
One user commented that their similarities are “eerie.’ Meanwhile, one jokingly pleaded in the comments for Bergeron not to cut his ear to get a higher percentage rating.