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TMZ caught up with Dancing with the Stars host Tyra Banks after a Whole Foods shopping trip over the weekend, and while she was excited to talk about her new ice cream brand SMiZE & Dream, she might also have dropped some big news about DWTS.

While Tyra showed off her chocolate chips and marshmallows—she shared she was doing some testing for more ice cream ideas for an eventual United States launch of SMiZE & Dream—she responded to TMZ‘s questions about how she would manage all of her new projects alongside hosting DWTS. “I’m really focused on business, like, crazy, crazy, crazy focused on business…I feel it’s time for me to really focus on my business and my entrepreneurship—and also producing more TV, but behind the scenes.”

Tyra went on to say “I think it’s time to graduate from the dance floor to the stock market floor.” When asked to clarify if and why she was leaving, Tyra said, “I think it’s time. Don’t you think it’s time?”

Tyra has hosted DWTS for the last three years and was part of the dance competition show’s transition from ABC to Disney+. In the show’s most recent season, Tyra hosted alongside Alfonso Ribeiro in the show’s first go-around on Disney’s streaming platform.

It was officially announced on Good Morning America that Tyra will not be returning for Season 32 of DWTS when it returns to Disney+ this fall. Two-time Mirrorball winner Julianne Hough will be joining the show to co-host with Alfonso.

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