Tyra Says 'Nothing is Off Limits' on Her Show
September 12, 2005
Tyra Banks made her highly-anticipated debut on daytime
Monday. And as soon as one show was done, the supermodel-turned-talk-show-host
was ready for episode two. Tyra stopped by "Extra's" studios
to give us a sneak peek at what we can expect this
season, as well as what's in store for Tuesday's show.
Mark McGrath: Okay, Tyra, you have today's show under your belt, what can we expect from tomorrow's show?
Tyra Banks: It's about body image. It's about women who just look at themselves and don't see what the public sees. They see a totally different thing that they're really unhappy with. And I bare, literally my stomach, to a girl to make her feel good about herself. She says she loves Beyoncé and she loves me, which are very voluptuous women, of course. And she's really stick skinny, and she says she wants to look like me. And I told her, "You're confused!" So I showed her my stomach role.
MM: Is there anything off limits on the show? Anything you're not going to discuss?
TB: There's really nothing off limits. I want to take it as far as I can on daytime television. In terms of language, in terms of showing things, as far as I can go before the standards and practices of people say, "You can't put that on television."
MM: Well, congrats Tyra and good luck on your new show!
For more information on "The Tyra Banks Show," visit Tyra's Web site at www.tyrashow.com.