TYRA Banks wowed fans as she took a “wig break” and went makeup- free for a stunning selfie.
The Dancing With The Stars host, 47, posed in her lounge clothes as she quipped: “Some take a chill pill. I take a wig break.”
The model went completely cosmetics free, showing off her natural glow, while she had tied her hair into a high bun.
Fans were floored by Tyra’s flawless appearance, with one gushing: “Your skin tho!”
Another commented: “Love ExTRA everything,” as a third noted: “Ya heard.”
One then simply added: “Beauty.”
“Some take a chill pill. I take a wig break.”
HAIR DO CARE
Yet while fans were stunned by Tyra’s wig-free look, one America’s Next Top Model alum previously slammed the star for giving her the “worst weave ever.”
The model, Molly O’Connell, said the weave looked like “ramen noodles” in a new TikTok video.
Molly, 33, was the runner up during Season 16 of the long running competition show.
The TikTok video began with Molly as she appeared to be deep in thought.
Text on screen read: “Remembering that time Tyra Banks gave me the worst ramen noodle weave makeover on America’s Next Top Model.”
A number of photos followed that showed Molly with the large, blonde curly hair during her time on the competition show.
Molly’s comments are not the first time Tyra has been ripped for her work on the show.
Back in January, ANTM winner Lisa D’Amato accused Tyra of “using her childhood trauma against her.”
Lisa, 40, suffered sexual, physical and emotional abuse as a child while being raised by her mom.
The former model broke down in tears during an Instagram video as she accused the host of “torturing girls with their childhood traumas for profit.”
Lisa – who was eliminated during cycle 5 of the modeling show but won the All-Star season – sobbed as she made claims against Tyra.
“What you guys do and the way you guys would poke me and use my childhood trauma against me, day in day out, was just so f**ked up and it broke my heart,” she said.
Recently it was confirmed Tyra will resume her role hosting Dancing With The Stars despite controversy over her position.
Tyra will appear alongside judges Len Goodman, Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Bruno Tonioli.
The supermodel first landed the role for season 29, as she replaced longtime hosts, Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews.
Despite her heavy experience in competition shows, the actress made several noteworthy mistakes during her first season on DWTS.
In a TikTok video from last Fall, the reality star admitted her mishaps, telling fans: “Yeah, I had a lot of fun but I messed up. I said the wrong words, but I kept going.”