Tyra Banks set to be the next 'Dancing With the Stars’ host

Tyra Banks is twirling into the ballroom — not actually dancing, but hosting the upcoming season of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” Variety has confirmed. Banks’s new gig comes after news broke on Monday that longtime hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews would be departing the show.

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