'Dancing With the Stars' season 30: See Tyra Banks' best fashion moments
From Britney Spears to "Grease" -- and even Disney heroes and villains.
There were many impressive routines on "Dancing With the Stars" this season, but Tyra Banks' many daring looks earn 10s across the board in our book.
Banks, who joined the reality competition series as host and executive producer last season, brought her trademark "smize" and over-the-top fashion to the ballroom for episodes themed around Britney Spears, the movie musical "Grease," the horror genre, Disney heroes and villains and more.
Scroll down to see Banks' biggest fashion moments from "DWTS" season 30:
Season 30 premiere
To kick off the milestone 30th season of "DWTS," Banks opted for a sparkly silver dress reminiscent of the coveted Mirror Ball trophy. Taking the look to another level was hair she said was inspired by Saweetie.
The 47-year-old supermodel later revealed on Instagram the look was topped off with a fabulous coat. "The moment you didn't see on live TV," she wrote. "This AMAZING coat celebrating the 30th season of @dancingabc didn't get to be seen by the world. So I'm sharing it with you."
The "America's Next Top Model" host turned up the heat for the first elimination episode wearing a fiery orange dress.
"Wings or a Fan?" These are the words Banks used to describe her other look from this episode -- though many believed the red dress to be reminiscent of the dilophosaurus featured in the 1993 movie "Jurassic Park" due to its oversized sleeves. Banks later defended the viral look.
For an episode dedicated to Britney Spears, Banks paid homage to two iconic moments from the pop star's career.
She kicked off the episode donning an outfit similar to the one Spears wore in her "...Baby One More Time" music video from 1998 -- from the thigh-high socks to the braided pigtails.
Banks followed that up with a take on Spears' "I'm a Slave 4 U" performance at the 2001 MTV VMAs. Not only did Banks show much less skin than Spears did, but she also opted to not accessorize with a live python.
"No one can do it like the legend @britneyspears, but you know I sure as hell tried!" Banks wrote on Instagram, later adding, "Imitation is the best form of flattery cuz we all know there’s just one YOU."
Disney heroes night
Banks delivered a real "Circle of Life" moment when she honored the 1994 Disney film "The Lion King" on a night centered around Disney heroes. The "Coyote Ugly" actress later called herself "Lion Queen."
Disney villains night
Tapping into her wicked side, Banks embodied the Evil Queen from Disney's 1937 film "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" for a night about Disney villains.
For an episode tapping into the '50s nostalgia of the 1971 musical "Grease," Banks proved she was the ultimate Sandy by pulling off two looks.
One showed off her school spirit for Rydell High School, the fictional school in the film.
Despite earning an "A" for this look, Banks took to Instagram to reveal she had never seen "Grease" until the week prior.
"My great aunt gave me a VHS copy of it DECADES ago and I lost it! After that moment, I never watched it anywhere. Maybe a silent sadness for losing what my sweet auntie gifted me," she wrote. "But now I am a SUPER FAN of the movie and am playing the songs in my house full blast while my family and I boogie and hand jive together."
The other was a black leather jacket dress, indicative of when Sandy "went sexy" in the movie, Banks explained on Instagram.
Banks was the most high-fashion mummy to ever exist for the "DWTS" horror episode.
Outside of the ballroom, she is a fabulous mommy to her 5-year-old son, York.
Banks paid tribute to late singer Freddie Mercury on Queen night, rocking us with a black-and-white suit with structured, pointy shoulders and bell bottoms for one look and what appeared to be a denim jumpsuit with metallic detailing at the waist and on the shoes for the other.
Janet Jackson night
The "Life-Size" star proved she was a proud member of "Rhythm Nation" with her two looks paying tribute to the iconic Janet Jackson.
"I'm obsessed with @janetjackson. Love you so much, girl and it was such an honor for all of us to pay homage to your legendary genius on #DWTS last week," she wrote of her costumes.
Banks really played with color in the semifinals episode, giving us variety with an elegant blue ensemble and a head-turning mustard-colored pantsuit.
In her first look from the "DWTS" season 30 finale, Banks wore a tulle dress which she said made her feel like Cinderella. She followed that up with a sparkly little black dress with an oversized bow at the neckline as she announced Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach as the newest Mirror Ball champions.
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