December 26, 2020
"Dancing with the Stars" host Tyra Banks, who turned 47 on December 4, recently took to social media to share a photo of herself, showing off her natural hair.
As shown in the photo uploaded on Instagram, Tyra Banks went all-natural. Her usually long hair was shown in its shorter natural state. She captioned the snap:
"When your @SmizeCream biz partner takes out your braids and tells you to show your natural self to the world."
Banks, who started her career as a model, sported a light brown top, which almost matched the color of her hair. She is seen in the picture looking off into the distance.
As of this writing, the star's recent update has garnered more than 69,000 likes. Many fans also took to the comments section of Bank's post to let their praises for her be known.
"Tyra is single handedly responsible for every good selfie I have ever taken!" one fan wrote. Another fan said that Banks looks stunning. Someone else commented, calling her "Queen."
The star also described her natural hair texture as "very kinky."
This is definitely not the first time that the supermodel became real with her avid fans about her hair. In a 2009 interview, she revealed that she has been sporting "fake" hair since 17.
During her appearance, Banks wore her natural tresses and disclosed to the host that it felt liberating. The star also described her natural hair texture as "very kinky."
Banks, who became the first black woman on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, shot to stardom in the '90s. She has been known as one of the most popular faces in fashion.
Another iconic moment of her career was when she graced the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue solo in 1997. Banks is also the creator of the hit reality television series, "America's Next Top Model."
Aside from her very successful career, Banks is also a doting mother to her son York Banks Asla, who was born via surrogate. She shared the four-year-old with her then-partner, Erick Asla.
Banks is currently the host of "Dancing with the Stars." She joined the hit show after Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews were removed. Since its debut in 2005, Bergeron hosted the series.