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The Queer Eye Cast Spills on Everything Season 7

The 'Queer Eye' Cast Spills on Everything Season 7

The 'Queer Eye' Cast Spills on Everything Season 7
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These fabulous five hosts are spreading love when it's needed the most!


They're not just for the straight guy.

As Pride Month approaches, our favorite hosts are doing what they do best on a new season of Queer Eye.

Heading to New Orleans, the fab five are bringing all the love and glamour to people who don't even realize they need it.

"The more that we can show people more about our lives, our stories, [and] our community... it always has some kind of positive impact. We're going to New Orleans being our authentic selves and it shows people at home [that] you always should just show up as you, because that's where the magic happens," Karamo Brown tells PRIDE.

The fab five not only makeover plenty of people in Louisiana, but they're also celebrating the diverse culture that makes New Orleans so special. Plus, viewers can see the guys tackle the ongoing issues happening in the United States in real-time.

"The city is such an amazing city to experience. It has the most beautiful energy, architecture, [and] it's really unique," Jonathan Van Ness says. "When we were there, it was a very interesting moment in history. We were there when Roe vs. Wade was overturned, so I was in those streets protesting. There was a Monkeypox outbreak. We had these laws coming up, so we were busy."

With seven seasons now under their belt, fans around the world have fallen in love with all of the Queer Eye hosts. In the new episodes, fans will get more glimpses into the personal lives of the fab five.

"I share as much as I possibly can and I think we all share so much of our lives, but there are certain things that I really like to keep for just my husband [and] my son. I want to give as much as I can to get our heroes to open up, but there are certain things I really like to keep private," Tan France says.

The new season comes at a crucial time as anti-LGBTQ+ legislation continues to sweep the country. Bobby Berk hopes fans of the series will use the show as a guide to help stand up for the LGBTQ+ community.

"We're under attack. More than ever, we need each other. It's great to see five queer people on television representing, but we're not the ones changing things. It's people in your local communities that are supporting each other, that are being there for each other, that need to be getting out there protesting [and] voting. Find your community and get out there and be that change," Bobby Berk says.

Finally, it wouldn't be a season of Queer Eye without plenty of tears. Antoni Porowski promises audiences that tissues are needed while enjoying the new episodes.

"I certainly [cried]. I tried to keep it together whenever I could. I think my count is probably like less than 10, which is probably average for me. I'll never apologize for being in touch with my feelings," Porowski concludes.

The seventh season of Queer Eye is streaming now on Netflix. To see the full interview with the fab five, check out the video below.

The 'Queer Eye' Cast Opens Up in New Interview & Spills on Everything Season

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