Tyra Banks Raps About Her Hair Struggle From Coronavirus Isolation in Hilarious Video
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Going makeup free and sporting her frizzy, not-styled hair, the 'America's Next Top Model' host spits some freestyle lyrics about not being able to go to hair salon due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

AceShowbiz - Having been used to receive regular pampering treatments, Tyra Banks has apparently been suffering a bit from the ongoing coronavirus quarantine. The supermodel has gotten candid about her hair struggle as she shared a freestyle rap video from her self-isolation.

In the clip, the 46-year-old actress/author showed her real state with her long blonde locks looking frizzy and not-styled. She also went makeup free, revealing her dark circles around her eyes.

The "America's Next Top Model" host poked fun at herself as she rapped in the video, "When you try to do you hair, but there's no curl there/ And you're stuck, so you duck hoping they don't care/ But they do, and they're shrewd and you say I don't care, but you do and so I say 'do your hair better. ' "

Many of her followers found the video funny, with one commenting with the hashtags, "#toofunny #samesitch." Another wrote, "oh you bored bored lol." Someone else praised the star, "Such a great role model! You're so kind, funny, and beautiful."

Some naysayers, however, focused on her disheveled look and slammed her. "Looking like a raccoon," one commented. Another added, "She looks horrible. What's wrong with her eyes." Another user was similarly curious about Tyra's dark eyes, "Why her eyes so dark." Someone else remarked, "She's always be crazy and she sure looks it here."

Her hair struggle aside, the coronavirus pandemic has affected Tyra's business. The model was forced to cancel the opening of her Modelland themepark in Santa Monica, California park. The project was initially set to open on 1 May, but has been rescheduled after turning to several health experts for advice.

"In light of the recommendations of the CDC (Center for Disease Control), WHO (World Health Organization) and California Gov. Gavin Newsom, we have decided to postpone the opening of Modelland," her spokesperson said in a statement. "We will continue to monitor the situation and determine a new date to open that is appropriate and safe."

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