Tyra Banks retired from modeling years ago, but would she ever return to the runway?

The America's Next Top Model judge, who was a Victoria's Secret Angel from 1997 to 2005, addressed that very question when she appeared on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Tuesday. Gisele Bündchen and Heidi Klum have also given up their wings, and Banks wouldn't rule out working with her pals again.

"I have been asked to do a reunion many years ago," the ex-model replied, "and I said no because I was trying to be taken seriously as a talk show host and as an executive producer and as a businesswoman."

Would she consider it if Victoria's Secret pitched the idea again?

"I don't know if I would. But whenever I see them, I feel like we have a connection, these Angels, because we're like the O.G. original Angels. Like, that was invented on us," Banks explained. "And, the president of Victoria's Secret promised me a lifetime supply of Victoria's Secret products, even after I decided to leave the company. But once I left, he only let me have it for a year. So I have a bone to pick."

Banks was also asked about the possibility casting Lindsay Lohan in the Life-Size sequel. "This time I'm executive producing it and we're in the process of writing," she said. "We haven't spoken to Lindsay, but you never know. I mean, she's a woman now. She'd be like, 'Hey, Eve doll. You used to be my Barbie.'"

During the episode, 40-year-old Banks also addressed rumors that she refused to make an appearance on RuPaul's Drag Race. To find out what she had to say about the Logo TV show, watch the video now!

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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