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Friday, February 06, 2009

Real-Life Barbie: Tyra Banks



Tyra Banks parlayed her modeling career into acting and then to her own empire. She is obviously more than beautiful; she's also brilliant.

Talk show host and host of a successful reality show, Ms. Banks is definitely making bank and trying help people, especially young girls in the process.


I recall her striking resemblence to fellow supermodel Naomi Campbell when noticing her in Essence magazine; she was still a teenager and she's not looked back.

Did you see her in the early Lindsay Lohan movie, Life-Size? She played a Barbie-like doll, Eve, accidentally brought to life as Lohan's character tries to bring her recently deceased mom back-to-life. It's a rather charming movie with good performances by all of the lead actors.




There is likely more in store for Tyra Banks. She has created her own empire rather than waiting for opportunities to come to her. Take note, my sisters!








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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really respect Tyra for all her great work and I love her as a personality in fashion business!

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I've always thought Tyra Banks had the perfect face, body and life of a Barbie. She's a lucky woman to graced with such beauty. I love Barbie dolls and I'm stoked about her 50th Birthday. You can leave her a birthday greeting at http://www.barbiefest.com/

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NOTE: I do not represent all of these photos as my own; these are photos of Barbie and other dolls that I find to be fabulous! If you are the actual photographer and would like to be credited, send me an e-mail.