Tyra Banks got rid of the age limit so now people of all ages can try out for "America's Next Top Model" Cycle 24. The former supermodel is returning to her model competition reality series to host the show once again.

Tyra Banks is back as a host on 'ANTM'

Tyra has decided that there will no longer be an age limit for potential contestants as she returns to host the series after stepping down for a season. The former supermodel posted a message to her fans on Twitter on Saturday, saying, "There have been 23 cycles of ‘America’s Next Top Model.' You know what I hear all the time? ‘Tyra, come on.

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Why have an age limit?’ So you know what? I’m taking that age limit off."

Tyra told her social media fans that it didn't matter how old they were, they just needed to know how to "smize."

“You want to audition for ‘America’s Next Top Model’? I don’t care how old you are, honey.

You just need to know how to ‘smize’ and be open to learning how to work the runway like a supermodel.” "Smize" is Banks' term for smiling with your eyes.

This is not the first time "America's Next Top Model" has switched it up a bit for a new season. The show, which has been on for 23 seasons, featured male contestants for three seasons and made history by crowning the first deaf winner of the series before he was named champion of ABC's "Dancing With The Stars" last year, according to the LA Times.

'ANTM' switched to VH1 and Tyra took a year off

At the show's peak, "America's Next Top Model" was bringing in more than 6 million viewers.

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"ANTM" was the longest-running show on the CW. After Tyra's series was cut by the network in 2015, VH1 quickly picked it up but the model decided to pass up her hosting duties to pop singer Rita Ora. The show also featured new judges Ashley Graham, Law Roach, and Drew Elliot.

The grand prize went to India Gants -- a $100K contract with Rimmel London cosmetics, a spread with Paper Magazine, and a one-year talent deal with VH1.

Tyra Banks produces "America's Next Top Model " and announced her return as the host next season in March, Daily Mail reported.

Tyra also plans to host "America's Got Talent" this year, replacing the show's longtime host Nick Cannon, so she has a busy year ahead.

Will you be tuning in for Cycle 24 of "America's Next Top Model"?