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Today, pop culture is a main interest of society whether it’s (use it is instead) a person, a genre of music, or a popular television show. Many people develop role models out of their interest in pop culture, for example someone like Tyra Banks, a woman who has changed the views on how African American woman are viewed in the public eye. She transformed the modeling scene after being let down multiple times due to her ethnicity and now, African American woman feel like they can overcome difficulties without racial profiling the hardest of tasks thanks to one woman who opened people’s eyes.
Tyra Banks has made herself established herself in the media with TV shows, one-hit songs, and of course, modeling. She was only (words like only are considered “fluff” try to avoid it, they aren’t necessary) a junior in high school when she began her modeling career. Judgmental agencies had put her down due to her race and it was a rough start for the Ms. Tyra Banks. Regardless of the discrimination Banks took a chance and flew over to Paris, France where she was automatically booked for 25 shows. Agents and designers were so intrigued by her look and presence that they disregarded that she was an African American. Soon enough, Banks was asked to do covers for multiple magazines and was the first African American to be on the cover of GQ, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and became the first African American model for Victoria’s Secret.
With her dreams and history unfolding, Tyra appeared on many television shows like The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, The Price Is Right, and MADtv. Tyra has been the host of America’s Next Top Model for multiple years and in 2005, received her first talk show, The Tyra Banks Show. Throughout the years, Tyra has made a huge impact on people’s lives, whether it being a young 15 year old girl or a man in their 40’s. To this day, Tyra still contributes to the pop culture world and she might not be as shabby as she used to be, but...