Tyra Banks and the demise of the top model show (Part 1)

After 17 years with 24 seasons in production, the former lingerie angel Tyra Banks’s modeling career program gradually came to a standstill and threatened to stop production.

Tyra Banks’s quote opens up many dreams and ambitions for girls hoping to become top models in fashion capitals and appear in many famous magazines.

America’s Next Top Model (ANTM) from a reality TV show to an indispensable spiritual dish for young fashion enthusiasts. And it was Tyra Banks – former supermodel, Victoria’s Secret angel, actor, MC, creative director – who created many of these precious opportunities for models who dream of becoming “top models” at the capital of New York.

However, after more than a decade of development, ANTM suddenly fell silent. Once a program that caused a lot of media buzz and controversy from experts, Tyra Banks’s game show is struggling on the place where he was born.

In 1991, the fashion village in the world of curiosity mixed with joy at the appearance of the original model Phi Tyra Banks. The black girl with a height of 1.78 m and her three outstanding measurements won 25 shows at her first Paris Fashion Week.

Overcome, Tyra is smooth in the big fashion capitals and strides for famous brands such as Chanel, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Tommy Hilfiger, etc.

She is also the first African woman to appear on the cover of GQ magazine and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. By 1997, the hot long legs were also honored to receive the Super Model of the year award organized by the VH1 channel.

Tyra’s successes make her number one rival with “black panther” Naomi Campbell. At the peak, when Tyra was favored as “the second Naomi Campbell”, the sisterhood between the two supermodels officially cracked. The noisy swearing on each other on TV, behind-the-scenes rumors, and the contradictions woven by the media made their relationship strained.

And then the times Tyra accuses her seniors during a photo shoot in Anguilla, Naomi uses her power to push her out of Versace’s show … In response, Naomi just said, “I don’t have that power”.

In an interview, 7X long legs shared: “Sad for the fashion industry when it is unacceptable to have more than one colored model shining at the same time”.