Tyra Banks tells Howard Stern that woman should not wear panties in order to air out their female parts.
She said it is important and then Howard went for the important question; if Tyra was wearing any undies.-DocFB
Diagnosis: To Wear Or Not To Wear Panties; That Is The Question
Tyra Banks and her forehead announced that they are leaving her talk show at the end of the 2010 season. It will be her 5th and final season.
She had her highs (the whole looking thicker in a bathing suit) and her lows (the whole fat suit thing was lame) and somewhere in between, while reportedly being cheap to her employees, she found a way to make it work.
It does come as somewhat of a surprise because with Oprah leaving, it would have left a door open of possibilities for Tyra to take her show to that next level. Well, if she could ever get over talking bout herself to everyone. It seems her heart is with "America's Top Model" and other projects to keep her busy.
Personally, I will not miss the show as it was never my cup of green tea. Maury Povich had more depth than Tyra. Maybe if she fondled Katherine McPhee's breasts move often, we would have watched.
Others may miss Tyra and if you go HERE, you will see the top 10 clips of Tyra at her, um, weirdness. Wendy Williams future looks much brighter now.
Did you watch Tyra and will you miss her?-Dr.FB
Looks like Wendy Williams got to Tyra Banks. Tyra will be taking off her weave on the season premiere of her show.
"This season on The Tyra Show we're taking it to the next level and getting more real than ever before by encouraging women everywhere to own and rock what they've got and be proud! For the Season 5 premiere, I will be doing just that - no fake hair, I'm rocking my REAL hair. This will all be going down on September 8, 2009, which we’re declaring National Real Hair Day! We welcome everyone to go natural with me!”
God, I hope it covers up that huge forehead of hers. So how many others will be going natural on that day?-Dr.FB
The black woman comes in many beautiful shapes, styles, sizes, and obviously, color. Four of the most beautiful and strong black women are on the cover of Ebony magazine this summer.
Alicia Keys, Halle Berry, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Tina Turner grace the cover of Ebony.
For a list of all 25 black women who make us sit up and take notice,>>
Here is footage after the cat fight of the "America's Top Model" incident. People must have been trampled like crazy.
Personally, I think someone threw a bag of McDonald's food somewhere in there and you had thousands of starving models fighting for it. Where was Tyra?-Dr.FB
This report is from Rueters:
By Gregg Kilday
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Best picture Oscar nominee "Milk" picked up another awards nod Wednesday as the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation announced nominations for its 20th annual GLAAD Media Awards.
"Milk," from Focus Features, the specialty division of Universal Pictures, was included in GLAAD's outstanding film in wide release category. It will compete with Miramax's "Brideshead Revisited," Columbia's "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist," Warner Bros.' "RocknRolla" and the Weinstein Co.'s "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."
Among television contenders, the nominees for outstanding drama series are ABC's "Brothers & Sisters," Showtime's "The L Word," The N's "South of Nowhere," BBC America's "Torchwood" and HBO's "True Blood."
The comedy series nominees are ABC's "Desperate Housewives," ABC Family's "Greek," the CW's "Reaper," BBC America's "Skins" and ABC's "Ugly Betty."
The awards honor media representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in 26 English-language and 15 Spanish-language categories. They will be presented at a series of dinners: March 28 at the Marriott Marquis in New York, April 18 at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles and May 9 at the Hilton San Francisco.
In New York, special honorees will include Tyra Banks, set to receive the Excellence in Media Award, and Suze Orman, receiving the Vito Russo Award. Honorees for Los Angeles and San Francisco will be announced later.
Special recognition awards will be presented to "The Laramie Project, 10 Years Later: The Lasting Legacy of Matthew Shepard," a two-hour documentary broadcast on Sirius XM Radio, and to Lucia Mendez, an actress and singer who campaigned to bring awareness to the issue of LGBT teen suicide.