Tyra Banks Fights Back Against Her Haters After Messing Up During Dancing With the Stars
People love to hate Tyra Banks. I’m not sure why, considering she seems pretty friendly and chill for a celeb, but for some reason…the haters come out strong for her.
So when she signed on to host Dancing With the Stars, you know she had to be watching her back, like, “Ah, sh*t. Here they come.”
On Tuesday night’s episode of the show, Banks messed up a few of her lines, and several viewers called her out for the mistake. They also used this opportunity to hate on her hosting performance in general.
Whoever coined the phrase ‘there’s no such thing as a stupid question’ clearly never watched Tyra Banks host dancing with the stars 🙄— Katie (@katieg01798) September 23, 2020
Tyra Banks is the absolute worst host ever omfg #DWTS— Jayde Ferraro (@jaydeferraro) September 23, 2020
Bring back Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews! This is Not Tyra Banks show! Love Derek as judge! Send Carol Baskin home!— Karen (@kjohn777) September 21, 2020
Of course there had to be a Karen in the bunch. You’ll see, it looks like a bunch of white ladies complaining. I wonder why that is?
Anyway, Banks isn’t letting the hate get her down. She went on TikTok after the show to talk about how important it is to “keep going” after making a mistake.
Tonight I hosted the second episode of Dancing With the Stars and yeah, it wasn’t perfect. Yeah, I had a lot of fun but I messed up, I said the wrong words, but I kept, kept going.
She talked about Skai Jackson, who made a noticeable misstep during her dance routine, but she corrected and finished strong.
So the message is: I messed up this week, Skai messed up this week, but we’re gonna keep on going and going. She got back up and she kept going, and because of that she’s here for another week. “So the message is: I messed up this week, Skai messed up this week, but we’re gonna keep on going and going. Forgive yourself when you mess up and keep going.
Can’t argue with that message. If you had to give up every single time a mistake was made, we’d still be living in caves and sh*t.