Tyra Banks has left her position as executive producer of Dancing with the stars.
In March, Tyra Banks, 49, announced she was leaving the competitive dance show. However, she did not mention her role as producer at the time.
When the former supermodel first joined the show as a host in 2020, she also took on the role of executive producer, which she held throughout her time on DWTS.
According The US SunA source revealed that Banks was formally removed from her position as executive producer shortly after her departure from the show earlier this year.
Last season, the credits at the end of each episode listed Banks and Conrad Green as executive producers.
Now, only Green appears.
Also in March, Banks said TMZwho wanted to focus on his ice cream business which he launched in 2021, something he was unable to do and host DWTS simultaneously.
“I think it’s time. I think my heart and soul are in my business. He is also dedicated to producing television. I really want to focus on my business and you can’t do that while hosting a show. “Then you will see me creating things, not just hosting,” said the first. America’s next top model judge.
Although the show did not make an official announcement regarding Banks’ departure as host and executive producer, it was revealed a few days later that professional dancer Julianne Hough would be taking her place.
The official DWTS The Instagram page shared the news along with a photo of Hough.
“We are so excited to welcome @juleshough as co-host of season 32 of #DWTS alongside @therealalfonsoribeiro!” the title said.
Banks shared her thoughts on Hough’s return to the ballroom in her new role.
“It will be a family affair in that ballroom that people will love to see. And she has a lot of personality and strong opinions backed by experience,” the model said at the time.
“She is a perfect choice! She’s going to crush him!
However, in recent storylines, Hough has not lived up to quite a few fans’ expectations.
In another recent story, the former dancing with the stars Co-host Tom Bergeron, 68, blatantly began criticizing Banks in an interview with Cheryl Burke on her podcast. Sex, lies and spray tans. Banks replaced Bergeron, who co-hosted the show for 28 seasons. Despite the backlash, Banks replaced Bergeron, a decision that continues to upset fans.
The former professional dancer who was also invited to the DWTS He asked Bergeron to describe his former co-hosts. At first he had nothing but good things to say about his former team, but when Banks was questioned, he proceeded to throw shade and described his presence on the show as “a curiosity.”
Still, we can all respect Tyra Bank’s decision to follow her true passions.