Tyra Banks Says, 'No More Eating Disorders.' Eating Disorders Agree, Go Away Forever

Tyra Banks was on this morning's GMA to discuss Vogue's recent wishy-washy claim that they will no longer publish images of models who "appear to have eating disorders," as well as her own response in the Daily Beast. Banks, who has been working in the modeling industry for two decades, certainly has some insights into the pressure models face to stay thin — and share those insights she did. Alas, her message was a bit convoluted by her own need to invent words (like "flawsome," which is "flaw" and "awesome" put together) and talk about herself constantly. Did you know that America's Next Top Model solved the eating disorder problem already? It's true. All they had to do was invite a very skinny girl into the house every season so that the rest of the cast could watch everything she eats and constantly talk about how concerned they are about her behind her back until eventually she gets so stressed out that she cries at the panel and no one has an eating disorder ever again.


We know you mean well, Tyra. We do. But.

Tyra Banks Asks Models: 'What Is Too Thin?' [GMA]