Tyra Banks Roasted By 'Dancing With The Stars' Viewers For Eating Fried Chicken Out Of A Ziploc Bag: 'No F*****g Way'
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Tyra Banks Roasted By 'Dancing With The Stars' Viewers For Eating Fried Chicken Out Of A Ziploc Bag: 'No F*****g Way'

Tyra Banks angered Dancing with the Stars viewers yet again when she may have taken a fried chicken gag too far.

According to MEAWW, the moment occurred when RuPaul’s Drag Race star and current DWTS contestant Shangela and her partner Gleb Savchenko aced their tango during Michel Bublé Night.

When head judge Len Goodman praised Shangela for her dance technique, Shangela asked if her legs were finally "crispy," a callback to Goodman previously saying that he wanted Shangela to have "crispy legs" when dancing.

He said her legs were strong, to which she pulled out a Ziploc bag of fried chicken as a gag.

Everyone laughed, and that would have been the end of it, right?

But Banks, who has already been criticized for her self-centering behavior, took the chicken and ate it. This led the viewers to take to the Twitter streets to either complain, crack jokes, or even praise Banks for taking the joke to the next level.

"This b--- eatin chicken on tv? Iconic," one commenter said.

This was one of the few positive comments online, with someone else writing, "Tyra just went rogue with that fried chicken and I'm living for it."

On the negative end, one commenter wrote, "No f---ing way did I just watch Tyra Banks speak into a CHICKEN LEG instead of the microphone.

Another commenter complained once again about Banks' scene-stealing antics, writing, "How does Tyra make EVERYTHING about her?"

Dancing with the Stars airs Mondays at 8/7c on Disney+.

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