DWTS Fans Propose That Tyra Banks Should Be Invisible on the Upcoming Halloween Night Episode
“Dancing with the Stars” fans troll host Tyra Banks as they make snide comments and suggest that she show up as an invisible woman in the upcoming Halloween Night episode.
Some fans of “Dancing with the Stars” are still not having a great time with the fact that Tyra Banks is the host of the show, and they won’t hesitate to make that known every chance they get.
On Friday, October 23, “DWTS” shared a photo of judge Bruno Tonioli from 2019’s Halloween night dressed as a devil. Tonioli rocked a black button-down shirt underneath a sequin blazer and spiced up his outfit with red devil horns.
In the accompanying caption, they asked viewers to suggest fun costume ideas for the judges and host to wear in the upcoming episode, which has been tagged “Villain Night.”
It seems the season hasn’t been so kind to [Banks] as she has made several note-worthy errors since the beginning.
While some fans eagerly participated, writing down their suggestions and ideas, others took it upon themselves to express their displeasure at Banks’ presence on the show. They advised that the show should find a way to exempt the supermodel from the upcoming episode.
One user wrote that Derek Hough should dress as his replacement, Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba should be Erin Andrews, and Tonioli should be former host Tom Bergeron.
As for Banks, the fan remarked that she should be “invisible and muted.” Another viewer echoed a similar sentiment, writing, "please have Tyra Banks be the invisible woman. If we never see her on the show again, that would be terrific.”
A third user directly asked the show to get rid of Banks, citing her several costume changes as the reason fans don’t want her. The fan implied that the 46-year-old was making the show all about her dressing skills and not the dancers.
Fans may recall that Banks replaced longtime hosts Bergeron and Andrews in a surprising twist of events for season 29. However, it seems the season hasn’t been so kind to her as she has made several note-worthy errors since the beginning.
In the premiere episode, the model had a wardrobe malfunction where she lost her earring and brought attention to it during the segment. In Week 2, Banks tried to incorporate her trademark “Smize” technique, but it didn’t garner a delighted response from the contestants.
The highlight of her mistakes came during week 4 elimination when she announced that Anne Heche and Keo Motsepe, alongside Vernon Davis and Peta Murgatroyd, were in the bottom two. However, it was supposed to be Monica Aldama and Val Chmerkovskiy instead of Davis and Murgatroyd.
Amid the blunders, Banks has held her head high and passionately defended her hosting skills, saying that she doesn’t want to be perfect. The renowned model noted that because it was live TV, blunders are expected, and handling those errors proudly, make her a great host.