DWTS judge Bruno Tonioli looks so different in epic throwback photo

Hannah hargrave

Bruno Toniolithe silver fox hairstyle was nowhere to be found in a back photo that must be seen to be believed.

The Dancing with the stars Judge, 65, has walked memory lane with a snapshot of the 80s and while his locks may be different, there’s no denying that it’s Bruno.

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In the image, the Italian pro-dancer was sitting on the floor in a dance studio and wearing a strappy one-piece dancewear, complete with leggings. Bruno rocked a head full of brown hair and a tan, of course!

The photo was taken in the 1980s and drove his fans crazy when he shared it on social media last year.

Bruno shared the flashback and his outfit caused a stir

The star recently brought her sparkle, glamor and daring sense of style back to DWTS for its 30th season, however, his appearance on the series saddened some fans.

Because, while America is thrilled that the professional dancer is back for another round of the hit dance show, British viewers are less than happy that he is missing from this year’s show. Come dance strictly.

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Bruno shared a photo sitting on the panel with his fellow judges – Len goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Derek hough.


Bruno has been a judge on Dance with the Stars from the start

Numerous comments illustrated just how failed Bruno is on Strictly this year, with one writing: “Jealous America still has you, Len and us Brits, no”, while another wrote: “I miss you strictly.” A third added: “I miss Bruno watching you in Strictly When Are You Coming Back?”


Bruno and his fellow DTWS judges

Bruno was unable to fly between the US and UK due to pandemic restrictions, resulting in his decision to step down as judge on Strictly for the 2021 series.

Instead, Bruno was replaced by professional dancer Anton Du Beke, who joined Chief Justice Shirley Ballas, Motsi Mabuse and Craig Revel Horwood.

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