Tyra Banks speaks out in support of Gabrielle Union following AGT and Terry ...

Things have gotten heated between Gabrielle Union and her fellow costar Terry Crews, over the toxic culture on the set of America's Got Talent. 

But it seems Tyra Banks has sided with the Being Mary Jane actress. 

While speaking to Yahoo on Tuesday, the 46-year-old model praised Union for sharing her truth. 

I'm wit her: Tyra Banks seemingly stood by Gabrielle Union in an interview with Yahoo on Tuesday, over a toxic culture on America's Got Talent

I'm wit her: Tyra Banks seemingly stood by Gabrielle Union in an interview with Yahoo on Tuesday, over a toxic culture on America's Got Talent

'I almost kind of like dipped my toe in and left, so I'm not really immersed in the culture,' Banks said of her one year judging on the show. 'Like people ask me about Victoria's Secret, I can wax poetic about that — I was there for 10 years.'

She added that she was proud of Union. 

'What I love about what she did is she was very vulnerable. I wasn't super close to it, but I saw some of her tweets.'

Continuing: 'I thought it was maybe beautiful... how she wasn't speaking in anger, she's speaking in pain like 'I'm trying to get through this... and I'm crying.''

Union, 47, was a judge on the talent showcase for a season, until she and fellow freshman judge Julianne Hough weren't asked to return.

Proud: She added that she was proud of Union. 'What I love about what she did is she was very vulnerable. I wasn't super close to it, but I saw some of her tweets.' Continuing: 'I thought it was maybe beautiful... how she wasn't speaking in anger, she’s speaking in pain like

Proud: She added that she was proud of Union. 'What I love about what she did is she was very vulnerable. I wasn't super close to it, but I saw some of her tweets.' Continuing: 'I thought it was maybe beautiful... how she wasn't speaking in anger, she's speaking in pain like 'I'm trying to get through this... and I'm crying''

Her complaint: Union, who is black, believed she was fired because she had asked NBC and the show’s producers to respond to an environment that tolerated racist jokes and remarks, Variety reported

Her complaint: Union, who is black, believed she was fired because she had asked NBC and the show's producers to respond to an environment that tolerated racist jokes and remarks, Variety reported

The trade publication Variety reported that Union, who is black, believed she was fired because she had asked NBC and the show's producers to respond to an environment that tolerated racist jokes and remarks. 

That included what Union said were multiple notes from producers saying she was wearing her hair 'too black' for the America's Got Talent audience.

Union had also complained of other behavior, such as judge-producer Simon Cowell's smoking on the indoor set, Variety reported in November.

NBC has spoken with Union as part of its formal investigation that began in early December.

Without directly referring to NBC or the two companies that produce the show, Fremantle and Syco, Union has tweeted about her situation several times, acknowledging the support she's gotten and retweeting

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