‘Whoever dresses Tyra: Wow… That black dress looks amazing! …let’s add feathers and make it look like an ugly duckling,” said one user
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Tyra Banks has always attracted the attention of “Dancing with the Stars” fans. But the presenter has often drawn the most attention, either because of her gaffes on the show or her wardrobe. Once again, Tyra became the talk of the show as she took the stage in her feathery attire.
Tyra entered the season 31 semifinals of “Dancing with the Stars” in a black dress with black gloves attached. However, what interested most fans were the feathers attached to the top of Tyra’s dress. The bird-like white feather makes her outfit stand out from the crowd. Well, some of the fans slammed the star and compared her dress to the “chickens.” What’s more, her constant mindless mistakes irked fans again.
One fan slammed Tyra in the feather dress and said: “Why is #tyrabanks dressed as Ursula tonight?” Another tweeted: “What is Tyra wearing gggg chile?? #DancingWiththeStars Alfonzo a** always in a freaking suit.” Additionally, one fan included a gif with his post that read, “I know. Five Chicken had to die just so she could look stupid.” The fan further captioned the GIF “Tyra’s plumage.”
Additionally, some fans slammed the “DWTS” host for talking too much and coughing into the mic. “OH NO OH NAW lmaoooo wife talks too damn much tyra banks doesnt have the bronchitis god is good all the time,” the fan tweeted. Another wrote, “someone needs to turn off tyra’s mic.” that Tyra stood in Shangela’s way and said: “@itsSHANGELA as Tyra stood in front of her during the judging.” Another fan named Tyra: “Tyra Banks looks a bit like a wicked witch this week.” Another said: “Who whatever Tyra dresses: wow… That black dress looks amazing!
Let’s keep waiting to see what other mistakes Tyra will bring to the stage in the final episode. The season 31 finale of Dancing with the Stars will air November 21, 2022 at 8 p.m. ET on Disney+.
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