Dancing With The Stars Host Tyra Banks Keeps Looking Sexier and Sexier

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 10 November 2020

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Cheryl won season 1 and 2 of Dancing With The Stars.

HOLLYWOOD – (Satire News) – At the start of the new DWTS season, lots of long-time viewers didn't like Tyra Banks. And that was because they had grown to love Tom Bergeron, who was there from the very first show, 29 seasons ago.

But Tom was fired after getting into an altercation with British judge Len “The Grouch” Goodman.

Bergeron denied biting the old Englishman, but teeth marks on Len’s throat clearly proved to be those of Tom.

Tyra Banks was hired to replace Bergeron, and she definitely brought in the horny guy crowd.

On the latest edition, Banks wore a flamboyant green outfit that looked like something that the queen of the gypsies would wear.

She later changed into a space outfit, complete with DD-boobs, long pink cotton candy hair, and an aluminum sheet covering her pubic region.

The DWTS director pointed out that the show's outfit designer, used 16 rolls of Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil to make the dress that weighed nine pounds.

Judge Bruno Tonioli said Miss Tyra looked like an interplanetary dominatrix.

It was "Icon Night", and the dancers all danced to their favorite icons; including Taylor Swift, Kate Gosselin, Willie Nelson, Black Kitty Meow Meow, and Woodrow Wilson.

No one slipped, tripped, or had a nip slip.

SPOILER ALERT: When all the confetti and colored streamers settled onto the shiny dance floor, the couple that was eliminated was Backstreet Boys member A.J. McLean and Cheryl Burke.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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