Get ready to unleash your inner fabulousness because the next season of Queer Eye is just around the corner, and it’s promising to be a heartwarming rollercoaster of emotions.
The Fab Five Are Back
Premiering on January 24, the unscripted series returns with its eighth season, featuring six episodes that will undoubtedly leave you reaching for the tissues and doubling over with laughter.
This time, the Fab Five is back in New Orleans, injecting their signature charm into the lives of a diverse group of heroes. From a coach and teacher navigating life’s challenges to Deaf students struggling to recognize their value, and a Bayou-born outdoorsman aiming to rekindle the flame in his marriage, get ready for more transformations that celebrate the power of kindness.
Queer Eye has become a cultural phenomenon, not just for its entertaining and emotional makeovers but also for its significance within the LGBTQ community. The show showcases the importance of acceptance, understanding, and embracing diversity, making it a beacon of positivity in a sometimes tumultuous world.
Don’t miss out on the fun – scroll down and catch a sneak peek of the upcoming season’s trailer.
Bobby Berk’s Final Season Stirs Up Drama
The Fab Five, consisting of Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, Tan France, and until recently, Bobby Berk, have become icons in their own right. Their chemistry, authenticity, and infectious personalities have endeared them to fans worldwide. However, the recent bombshell announcement that Bobby Berk is leaving the show after the upcoming season has left fans both shocked and curious about the future dynamic of the Fab Five.
Amidst the excitement for the new season, there’s a dash of intrigue surrounding the reported drama between Berk and France. Unfollowing each other on Instagram and subtle social media actions have fans speculating about the reasons behind their apparent falling out. Yet, despite the rumors, the Fab Five were all smiles at the Emmy Awards, where Queer Eye snagged the Emmy for Outstanding Structured Reality Program.
“My 5 Fab siblings and I finally won an Emmy,” Berk wrote on Instagram. “Humbled with gratitude and love. Thank you to the Academy and to all our fans who have embraced us like family. This is for all of you. I love YOU.”
All seven seasons of Queer Eye are now streaming on Netflix.
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