However, when it comes to his personal life - more specifically his romantic relationships - Bruno is far more reserved and is rarely seen out in public with his partner.
Want to know more? Find out everything you need to know about the 67-year-old's love life ahead of his Dancing with the Stars return...
Is Bruno Tonioli married?
Bruno isn't married but is thought to be in a long-term relationship with his partner Jason Schanne, who he has been dating since 2010. In 2012, two years after the pair met, Bruno and Jason had a committed ceremony, which was attended by celebrities including Perez Hilton and Johnny Weir.
Who is Bruno Tonioli's partner Jason?
Bruno is thought to be in a relationship with Jason Schanne. Their relationship is extremely private and kept out of the spotlight. In December 2019, Bruno was linked to a 29-year-old British model called Matt Law after they were spotted out together at the Mary Poppins Returns premiere, but they denied any romance and said that they were just close friends.
Why did Bruno Tonioli leave Strictly?
Bruno was on Strictly for 18 years, having joined in 2004. Despite being a well-established judge on the show, the star admitted in 2018 that he has never actually watched it.
Sharing the very understandable reason, he told Radio Times magazine: "I've been doing it for 14 years and I never watched a single show because I don't want to become self-conscious. But we recently made a DVD of all the best dances from Blackpool – that was the first time I watched something back."
His decision to leave the hit BBC show in 2022 was due to his exhausting travel schedule, which saw him travelling back and forth between the UK and the States each week.
"I'm done," he told The Sun, adding: "I just can't do it anymore." The Italian judge, who has appeared on Strictly since the first series, will now concentrate on being a judge on the US version, Dancing With The Stars.
Bruno explained: "Last year I changed my [plane] ticket every week - they need continuity. I absolutely support them, it's my decision." He added: "Anton [Du Beke] has done a fantastic job. He deserves to be on that seat."