'Dancing With The Stars' Tyra Banks And Len Goodman Have Awkward Moment, Fans Say He 'Finally Had Enough  With Tyra'
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'Dancing With The Stars' Tyra Banks And Len Goodman Have Awkward Moment, Fans Say He 'Finally Had Enough With Tyra'

Twitter is praising Len Goodman for clapping back at Tyra Banks after she tried to provide witty banter on the Dancing with the Stars stage.

The moment happened during the series’ Halloween night Monday, when Charli D’Amelio and professional partner Mark Ballas danced a spooky Argentine tango. Head judge Len Goodman said that the dance transported him to an Argentine club.

After the judges gave their commentary, Banks tried to be funny by saying that she felt like the crowd was confused as to what type of club Goodman was talking about.

Sheproceeded to make noises similar to house music or disco. Goodman replied, “I don’t know what you’re talking about.”

Twitter exploded when this moment happened, with fans reveling in Goodman being seemingly tired of Banks' antics.

“WHAO Len hateeees Tyra,” wrote one commenter on Twitter, according to Popculture. “That was so uncomfortable during Charli’s comments lol.” Another wrote, “Len is tired of Tyra. Bruhhhhhhh,” with another fan adding in part, “LOOOOOOOOL Len’s finally had enough of Tyra.”

Another commenter sympathized with Goodman, writing in part, "We feel you Len idk what she's saying most of the time."

After Goodman's clapback, Banks tried to explain her joke, but the fans weren't having that either, with one writing in all caps, "OMFG NOT TYRA EXPLAINING HER JOKE TO LEN HELP MEEE."

“The best part of #dwts is how much Len hates Tyra,” wrote another viewer.

Overall, it wasn't Banks' finest moment once again.

Over the course of this current season, Banks has gotten on the viewers’ bad side multiple times for mispronouncing people’s names, saying unfunny and annoying banter, and generally making the night about her. Many viewers have taken to Twitter each week to declare how they want Banks to relinquish her hosting duties.

You can watch Dancing with the Stars live at 8/7c on Disney+ and on replay throughout the week at the streaming service.

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