Season 4, Episode 143May 4, 2009Alana Love, who became a prostitute at the Moonlight Bunny Ranch when she was six months pregnant, returns to talk about life as a mom and her future plans.
Georgeann Wells, the first woman to dunk in an NCAA basketball game, is a guest.
Season 4, Episode 135April 22, 2009Advice on sex, dating, relationships and fashion from Beth Stern, ANT, Finesse Mitchell and Jackie Guerra.
Also: Olympian Dara Torres demonstrates the secret to her swimming success.
Banks also had minor roles in the romantic film Love & Basketball, horror film Halloween: Resurrection and has appeared in numerous television shows, including The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Gossip Girl and Glee.
In 2003, Banks created and became the host of the UPN/The CW long-running reality television show America's Next Top Model.
"It couldn't be something that would embarrass you or ruin your career." Besides, sexuality with women, she believes, isn't expressed most strongly with the body, but the face or the eyes. "I don't do it myself but I've guided my friends through the photo-taking process. "For a straight man to be fierce, you have to act like you don't care but smize at the same time," Tyra explained.
"Here's my commercial," Tyra said, turning her head to the side and flashing a big smile. "Your eyes have to smile but you have to look like you don't care, smizing away from the camera." (The reporter attempted to create the expression over video chat with Tyra, and worked on his side smize for as long as he could until the PR person sitting in on the call cut him off.)The advice Tyra gives to friends setting up online dating profiles is akin to the advice she gives for creating that other widely relied upon self-marketing tool: a résumé.
Season 4, Episode 120March 26, 2009Corbin Bleu talks about his relationship with the rest of the cast of "High School Musical." Also: Elissa Wall, a young woman who escaped from a polygamist compound.
Tyra Lynne Banks (born December 4, 1973) is an American television personality, former talk show host, producer, author, actress, and former model.
She first became famous as a model, appearing twice on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and working for Victoria's Secret as one of their original Angels.
If they are going to take the benefits that come from that scrutiny and admiration then they can't be in control of the downside either.
There's money being made from the promotion of their "lifestyle" and to deny that is just...ridiculous!