Tyra Banks has celebrated her 48th birthday by rocking a sexy black bodysuit to honor her body.
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The Dancing with the Stars host took to social media to share the picture, and captioned the post: "It’s my BIRTHDAY! And every year this BODY of mine keeps changing. My body of work and my body ody ody."
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She added: "My body is fuller. And so is my mind. Happy Birthday to all my fellow Sagittarius out there. Here’s to growing together, in more ways than one."
Tyra wore the high-cut suit which featured a deep neckline and floral detailing that ran up the center of the suit and across the cap sleeves.
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The former model turned TV host has never been afraid to show off her body in all its glory, and during the recent series of the hit ABC show she gave fans a few larger-than-life fashion moments.
But none sparked a reaction quite like one that saw her compared to the birds from Jurassic Park.
"And every year this BODY of mine keeps changing," she shared
The House of JMC look was a leg-baring red mini dress with a train, however, the main features of the ensemble were two circular fan-like sleeves that completely covered her top half, from which her hands barely poked through.
Fans were clearly divided on what to think of the outfit, at once glamorous and at once confusing, and let their varying thoughts be known.
Tyra revealed her stylist thought she looked like a lizard
But it turns out Tyra knew all along the look was divisive, as she told James Corden on The Late Late Show days later that she was giggling and calling herself a "peacock'' before going out on stage and "then we started seeing all this Jurassic Park stuff".
She added: "My stylist was like, 'Yeah we did know that you looked like a lizard before the social started.' They did know!"
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