Tyra banks dating instincts
TV reporter Elizabeth Wagmeister talks with “America’s Got Talent” host Tyra Banks about how she juggles all of her jobs and with Andy Cohen about hosting “The Love Connection.” Banks recently took over hosting duties on “AGT” for Nick Cannon, and says that while she enjoys hosting, it’s hard for her to set aside her producer’s instincts, given her years on “Top Model.” “It’s been really exciting.I love the almost ‘mom’ role that I like to feel like I’m playing, or a big sister sometimes,” Banks says. There’s the emotion that everyone wants, which is elation, and there’s the other side where dreams are dashed and hopes are crushed.
That was definitely never happening on the old ‘Love Connection.’ And I think anytime that I can just be me on TV and speak through the filter of a gay guy …Us Weekly's source did, however, note that the "America's Next Top Model" host "loves being a mom and is very hands on." It does not appear parenting played a role in their decision to call it quits.Banks, who is notoriously private about both her son and her love life, opened up about son York Banks Asla's arrival in a heartfelt Instagram post shortly after his birth.But Fox eventually revived the show and offered him the hosting position.Cohen says that the series’ reception has been positive, and he is prepared to host Season 2. “If it does go 10 years or 20 years, then I guarantee you it will continue to make me happy and that’ll be a great thing.“She plays this ditzy thing, but she’s a very smart woman,” says Banks.Banks has a long history with Heidi Klum, given their past as angels for Victoria’s Secret, and Howie Mandel is her “home boy,” who’s taken her under his wing.“The chunks allow me to still have a life,” she says.Andy Cohen is also a busy television host, given his work on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” as well as Fox’s “Love Connection.” Cohen says that he was a fan of the original 1980s show and that he tried to get the format for Bravo when he was in charge of programming, but was unsuccessful. I kept trying to find that time for that to happen. When you're like, 'OK, I'm just going to do it,' then it's not so easy as you get older."Still, she is not giving up hope that she will have children soon."I don't just want one child. ET caught up with Tyra last month, when she revealed that she sits down with some of the big names supermodels of today to help them strategize their careers."We meet a couple of times a year," she revealed. "And I want to be the kind of mom where my child can come to me for anything."WATCH: Tyra Banks Is So Close to Her Mom, She Told Her The First Time She Had Sex" data-reactid="22"But Tyra's already showing her motherly instincts when it comes to mentoring today's big name supermodels, like Cara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss.