The world lost a daytime television treasure four years ago when Tyra Banks announced that she was ending her Emmy-winning talk show, The Tyra Banks Show back in 2010. But now, those of us whose Ty-ty dreams were dashed at the turn of the decade are to have their faith restored in humanity, or at the very least, the television networks. Banks has announced that she will be returning with a new daytime talk show next year. According to Fox News Entertainment, the show will be similar to The View and The Talk in that there will be more than one host, although Banks is set to appear on the show and is credited as executive producer.
Needless to say, we are pumped. If you can count on Tyra for anything, it is bizarre antics and amazing sound bites. Now, we're being handed both on a shiny, silver platter. Tyra's new show is sure to come with some head-scratching, gif-worthy situations, and we will be keenly watching every minute of it. But before we can even begin to anticipate all the hilarity to come, let's look back on Tyra Banks' most… profound advice and words of wisdom.
On adoption: "I'm open to [adopting]. I'm definitely open. I've been wanting to do that since before it was cool."
Explaining modeling to her ANTM Girls: "Modeling is being a ho, but make it fashion."
On living in Paris: "I haven't seen the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre. I haven't seen anything. I don't really care."
"I am totally against plastic surgery. a lot of people think I have breast implants because I have the biggest boobs in the business. But I was a 34C when I was 17…they stay up when I wear a push-up bra. But if people could see me when I come home and take off my bra, how could they think these are fake?"
"[As a model,] I've always been what people might call approachable. On the street, people are like, 'You know, you're cool and you weigh 20 pounds (more) than those other girls int he Victoria's Secret catalogue and that makes me feel good. And your'e funny and crazy.' I want to hear that. That makes me feel good."
To an ANTM contestant: "The judges felt the need to save you from this crazy cutthroat world of modeling, that would make a sad girl extremely depressed."
"My hair's all over my head. It's sticking straight up and it's dirty and full of dandruff. And every time I scratch my scalp, I get this gook of nasty dandruff under my nails."
To an ANTM contestant: "You're like a new colt that is ready to run. Your legs are wobbly, you're unsure of yourself, and you continue to fall down in the hay."