“I must admit I was having a little bit of an issue with Tyra being late for every judging,” Paulina told ‘Access Hollywood’s’ Billy Bush.
“It’s six hours later and I feel like I am being told my time is not as valuable as hers. They pointed out that I should shut up and be grateful for the job and that Tyra is really busy.”
Paulina’s tartness over Tyra’s tardiness didn’t win her any favours with the show’s producers
“I think that my little hissy fits about ‘Well, we are all here on time. Why can’t she?’ didn’t go over all that well.”
Porizkova, who replaced Twiggy, is the second female judge to leave the show, although she doesn’t believe that has anything to do with her firing.
“I don’t think that in Tyra’s universe that’s even a consideration. I don’t think she cares. I’m not even sure she was aware that I existed way out there in Siberia, much like I am not sure she knew Twiggy existed.”
Paulina also revealed the only time Tyra would talk to her was in front of the cameras. Yep, sounds like an ego problem, all right. You can bet the Banks on that.