Tyra Banks Hosts "Who's America's Next Superman?"

Funny story written by Bureau

Sunday, 5 July 2009

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Tyra Banks and her crew have been visiting Metropolis, Illinois and the Superman Museum to do film footage for her upcoming reality show, "Who's America's Next Superman?". Banks stated that she and her crew had a great time, especially the females.

"We saw more beefcake than we could shoot for the promos", Banks told "The Daily Planet", Metropolis' only newspaper . "If there were a riot here like with the models, a lot of people would die of having their necks snapped."

Men in the crew had to wait patiently as the women volunteered to check out some of the possible contestants up front and close.

Banks, former super model, is a great fan of the Superman movies and there are a lot of the old original superman props, including George Reeves costumes.

She also did some posing of her own in front of the giant Superman Statue out front.

Superman and other superhero geeks were all over the place as there was a SuperCon at the Harrahs Riverboat Casino nearby, although many left when news got out about Tyra Banks being over at the museum.

"Wow!" was about all Ferdie Dweeb could come up with after seeing Tyra's poses with the statue.

"She let it all hang out", stated another. "Gosh!"

"I took photos till I burned my hand", came a voice from the crowd. "I've seen lots of pictures, but I haven't never talked to an actual woman model."

After Tyra and crowd left many of the SuperCon people rushed to make drawings of Tyra, especially in superhero outfits for their fanzines.

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

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