Tyra Banks reveals she wants more plastic surgery to fix the one insecurity she has

Tyra Banks revealed how even the most powerful celebrities have a ton of imperfections and insecurities that they have to deal with.


                            Tyra Banks reveals she wants more plastic surgery to fix the one insecurity she has
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Even supermodels like Tyra Banks are not always happy with their appearance and the way they look. America's Next Top model host revealed how at the start of her career, she had to undergo rhinoplasty to fix her nose which she had somehow broken as a toddler. 

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Despite some amount of controversy around the plastic surgery confession, Tyra took to telling her fans that even the most flawless celebrities are not perfect. As reported by E! News, "It's obvious to me that I did my nose. I want them to understand that people don't wake up like this," she said as she was promoting her new book which she co-wrote with her mother Carolyn London. Banks also shared how it would "take a village" to help her transform into the fierce model we see on the runway. 

Tyra also shared that she would be open to plastic surgery if it helps free her from her insecurity. "I would totally do it... When I walked down Victoria's Secret runway, I always covered my butt. People used to think, ‘Oh, she's one of the top angels. That's why she has a long train or extra.'" 

"No. I was covering up my cellulite. Thank you Victoria's Secret for working with me, they knew why I was doing it. It doesn't exist though," she continued.

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Tyra has always been bold and upfront about things and is a great believer of 'keeping it real'. When it comes to parenting her 2-year-old son, York Banks Asala, "I still try to give him as much truth as possible. I almost give him as much truth as a 4-year-old can handle, to be honest." 

"I really am trying to be the mother to him that she was to me, which is real and not sugar coating any and everything. He asks me certain things and I tell him the truth. He's just 2-years-old. That's going to make him a pretty healthy kid," she continued.