Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks is a former supermodel, TV host and producer. Her modeling career took off in 1990 after landing a contract with Elite Model Management while still in high school. She broke through several barriers in the modeling industry, including becoming the first Black woman to appear on the cover of GQ in 1996, the first Black woman to cover a Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition and the first to be featured in a Victoria's Secret lingerie catalog. In 1997, Trya was named one of the original Victoria's Secret Angels. After her successful run as a supermodel, Tyra launched and hosted the television modeling competition show America's Next Top Model — which lasted 24 seasons. Tyra became a two-time Emmy Award-winning daytime talk show host while hosting The Tyra Banks Show from 2005 to 2010. In 2017, she went on to host America's Got Talent for two seasons and took over hosting duties on Dancing With the Stars in 2020.  
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