Nearly two years after his Nov. 29, 2017 firing from "The Today Show," former host Matt Lauer has begun resurfacing on social media in unexpected ways. On the heels of new tell-alls, which are said to have him "paralyzed with fear," the 61-year-old is rumored to be attempting a comeback amid new rape allegations in Ronan Farrow's new book, "Catch and Kill."

According to Page Six, the disgraced host appeared "happy and carefree" in new videos that his teenage daughter, Romy Lauer, posted to her TikTok account. In them, the TV personality lip-syncs and dances with her to Chance the Rapper's "Hot Shower" and puts on a performance to "Big Fun" from "Heathers: The Musical.

This new development comes alongside rumors that Lauer is reportedly planning a new interview with NBC's Tamron Hall.

"Matt is looking for someone to interview him in the best possible light and Tamron is at the top of that list, plus she's an ex-colleague. Considering the topic Matt will be talking about, he must sit down with a woman," a source close to the situation revealed to Rob Shuter, host of the podcast "Straight Shuter."

As for how NBC News has addressed the newest allegations against their former employee, "Today Show" co-anchors Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb spoke about Lauer's alleged behavior in a segment early on Wednesday morning.

"I feel like we owe it to our viewers to pause for a moment," Guthrie said. "This is shocking and appalling. I honestly don't even know what to say about it. I want to say I know it wasn't easy for our colleague Brooke to come forward then, it's not easy now and we support her and any women who have come forward with claims. And it's just very painful for all of us at NBC and who are at the Today show. It's very, very, very difficult."

"Catch and Kill" will be released on Oct. 15.

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Matt Lauer attends NBC's "Today" at Rockefeller Plaza on Nov. 20, 2012, in New York City. Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images