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Tyra Banks returning as host of ‘America’s Next Top Model’

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(Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)Rita Ora is out and Tyra Banks is back in as the host of TV’s “America’s Next Top Model.”
VH1 announced Thursday, March 16, 2017, that Banks will return to host the reality show, “America’s Next Top Model,” next season.
FILE – In this Dec. 9, 2015 file photo, Tyra Banks attends The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Breakfast in Los Angeles.
Banks created “America’s Next Top Model” in 2003 and served as both executive producer and host until last year, when Ora was named the new host.
Banks said they inspired her to “have a change of heart” and return as host.

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Tyra Banks returning to ‘America’s Next Top Model’

Tyra Banks loves working on America’s shows.
Fresh off the news that Banks will be taking over hosting duties on “America’s Got Talent,” the model/mogul has announced she is returning to helm the show she created, “America’s Next Top Model.”“I missed my ANTM baby so Mama’s back,” Banks tweeted Thursday.
On Thursday, Banks thanked Ora for her single season service, tweeting “Mizz @ritaora, you exemplify Business Boss Brand to the fullest!
“ANTM” moved to VH1 with singer Rita Ora as host and Banks continuing as executive producer.
She stopped hosting the reality model series last year when The CW Network canceled the show after 22 cycles.

Tyra Banks returning to ‘America’s Next Top Model’

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Tyra Banks returning to 'America's Next Top Model'

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