Turbans & Toes: A Close Look At Nick Cannon’s Unconventional New Style
1. It works for a night on the town, too.Source:Splash 1 of 17
2. And it seems to go with everything.Source:Splash 2 of 17
3. Pretty sure we’ve seen this look on Yasiin Bey.Source:Instagram 3 of 17
4. But the fun doesn’t stop at his forehead. Peep Nick’s fancy feet…Source:Getty Images 4 of 17
5. So considerate of him to coordinate with the color of the carpet.Source:Getty Images 5 of 17
6. Nothing jazzes up a classic suit like…Source:Getty Images 6 of 17
7. …Michael Jackson’s shoes.Source:Getty Images 7 of 17
8. Denim and diamonds…Source:Getty Images 8 of 17
9. …isn’t just for country girls anymore.Source:Getty Images 9 of 17
10. Sometimes you’re feeling kinda low key…Source:Getty Images 10 of 17
11. …so you just stick with the three-tone pointy loafers.Source:Getty Images 11 of 17
12. When your suit looks like this…Source:Getty Images 12 of 17
13. …basic white with an understated steel toe might be best.Source:Getty Images 13 of 17
14. We imagine this is what the flyest dude in Harlem looked like back in the day.Source:Getty Images 14 of 17
15. Fur is a great way to take a basic gray coat over the top…Source:Getty Images 15 of 17
16. You can never have enough gold dust on your shoes.Source:Getty Images 16 of 17
17. …but Scottie dog socks and three-toned loafers, only if you’re nasty.Source:Getty Images 17 of 17
Nick Cannon got his wish to be relieved of his hosting gig on NBC’s America’s Got Talent.
The retired model also took to social media to reveal the big news. She tweeted:
This wouldn’t be TyTy’s first time emceeing a show. She anchored America’s Next Top Model for over 23 seasons from 2003 to the final season this year. She also hosted her own talk show for five years. The news of Tyra’s new position comes just weeks after Nick revealed on social media that he’s be leaving the popular show after clashing with NBC executives over jokes he made during his Showtime special Stand Up, Don’t Shoot.
What do you think about Tyra Banks taking her talents to NBC.