The super model will be joined by skateboard businessman (and Ridiculousness host) Rob Dyrdek and marketing specialist Rohan Oza on Funded, an entrepreneurial competition series that's being billed as a cross between The Voiceand Shark Tank.
Tyra confirmed the good news in a statement on Wednesday, saying:
A bit of inclement weather forced PBS to do the "patriotic thing" to enhance its fireworks coverage on Monday — which meant giving their viewers a good ol' dose of American bullsh*t!
The cable network got heat for using footage of old fireworks during the annual broadcast of A Capitol Fourth special!
Since this year's event was affected by bad weather in the Washington D.C. area, producers of the holiday concert program included footage from past years' pyrotechnic displays in hopes to make the "best possible television viewing experience."
The drama all started when popular beauty blogger Shannon Harris posted a side by side of her eyeshadow kit next to Jenner's. Harris simply captioned the shot with a sassy "drinking tea" emoji to imply some MAJOR shade.
If you look closely at the two kits (above)!, it's hard to deny the similar packaging and colors of the products. The only differences between the two are in price and the amount of product.
While K.J.'s palette is a whopping $42 bucks, the makeup guru's is $22 dollars. Not to mention Shannon's eyeshadow palette also includes pans of lip product on the back.
Hmm... so essentially the gorgeous gal's palette is a better deal? You don't say!
Following the shady tweet, fans flooded social media with their own opinions on the scandal, most of which were heavily in Shannon's favor: