Tyra Banks is returning to daytime television. The supermodel and host of America’s Next Top Model, will be hosting a new talk show called The F.A.B. (Fun and Beautiful). This will be Tyra’s second syndicated talk show since The Tyra Banks Show ended in 2010.
Tyra Banks is a retired model but that does stop her from gracing the covers of a few fashion magazine’s from time to time. The ‘America’s Next Top Model’ creator and host graces this month Harper’s Bazaar Singapore edition. She looks fierce doesn’t she?
Loving the eye makeup.
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Glamour magazine threw their annual ‘Glamour Women of the Year’ event at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Monday night. Celebrities in attendance included Selena Gomez, Solange Knowles, Mary J. Blige, Tyra Banks, Gabby Douglas, Pharell Williams and more.
Tyra Banks‘ professional modeling career may be over but she can still strut down any runway. That’s just what she did during her arrival at the 2012 CW, CBS, And Showtime 2012 Summer TCA Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. The event was held over the weekend at the on July 29, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.
The model, turned television show host, wore a one shoulder form fitting little black dress to the event and she looked stunning. Banks is perhaps in the best shape she’s been in for a long time. She even noted a simple black dress is great for making any woman appear slimmer.
Tyra Banks would like to challenge you to a big forehead contest. While on vacation on a tropical island, here’s what she tweeted just days ago, “I challenge you to a big 4head contest! You know I got that win on lock!”
Hmmm… let’s get a closer look. Here’s another photo she tweeted.
Guess what Tyra? You’ve got some competition!
Singer Rihanna would also like to go head to head in a challenge of whose got the biggest forehead.
Tyra Banks is parting ways with three of her expert judges on runway show, ‘America’s Nest Top Model’. Not returning for the show’s 19th cycle will be photographer Nigel Barker, 39, creative director Jay Manuel, 39, and runway coach J. Alexander, 53.
The news came as a shock and many wondered if it was, in fact, true. Confirming the news, Banks took to her official Facebook page with the message, “To my Nigel Barker, Miss J and Mr. Jay: Thank you for all of your years together on America’s Next Top Model,” wrote Banks. “Working with you is always an absolute pleasure. Excited for what the future holds for us.”
The judges have provided their expert opinions and knowledge of the modelling industry since the show’s creation back in 2003.
Adding to Bank’s confirmation the show’s executive producer, Ken Mok, told Page Six, “Nigel Barker, Jay Manuel and J. Alexander have been an integral part of the America’s Next Top Model brand and they helped turn this show into the household name it is today. They have been amazing assets to the show and will always be a part of the Top Model family. We will continue to actively work with each of them on future projects.”
At the moment there’s no word on who’ll replace the three judges. Meanwhile, here’s what the judges had to tweet about their being let go.