Tyra Banks

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

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.

She stopped hosting the reality model series last year when The CW Network canceled the show after 22 cycles.

"ANTM" moved to VH1 with singer Rita Ora as host and Banks continuing as executive producer.

Tyra Banks is going to teach at Stanford University

The supermodel/mogul is set to lecture and co-teach a class on creating and protecting brands at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, the Wall Street Journal reports.

About 25 graduate students will have the opportunity to enroll in the course and learn from Banks for two weeks next May.

Supermodel Tyra Banks talks lesson in "Flawsome"

We sat down with the beauty to discuss how everyone can look just as fierce as a top model...without a TV production crew behind them. It may or may not include using some of her Tyra Beauty products but definitely requires embracing what your mama gave ya. Keep reading to find out Tyra's thoughts on how social media has changed the modeling game, what the new "smize" is and so much more. 

Chrissy Teigen and Tyra Banks reveal fertility struggles

FABLife co-hosts Tyra Banks and Chrissy Teigen are two who have been pretty open with their lives both in interviews and on social media, but they each revealed something nobody knew about during a taping of the show today—they each struggle with fertility issues.

The question about Teigen and hubby John Legend's plan to have kids has been on everyone's minds since the two got together, and the supermodel explains that it's a very intrusive question to ask, and can be very hurtful when asked of a woman who's having a hard time.