NEW YORK (AP) — Tyra Banks is "scaling back" involvement with her new lifestyle show, "FABLife."
Original billed as "chief stylist" on the show, which also features four other co-hosts, Banks has made the decision to reduce her role, the show's publicist said Friday.
The model and beauty mogul will appear on the syndicated daytime show two to three times per week through the end of this year, and then "occasionally" through the balance of the season, according to the publicist.
Banks said in a statement she will be devoting more time to her cosmetics company and other entertainment ventures.
The other "FABLife" stylists remain Joe Zee, Leah Ashley, Lauren Makk and Chrissy Teigen.
"FABLife," which promised "one-stop-watching" advice on beauty, fashion, design, food and personal finance, premiered in September.