The Fab Five have returned, and this time they’re headed to Texas. Season 6 of “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” has debuted its first trailer.
To help make a difference in the lives of people all around the state, the hosts of Food & Wine, the Interior, Personal Care, Culture, and Fashion shows, including Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, and Tan France, will be there. Some of the people they’ve helped include Josh, the proprietor of a honky tonk, and an entire high school, with their prom.
He even has a series on Netflix in the works for Jonathan Van Ness. Jonathan Van Ness’ new show, “Getting Curious,” premieres on January 28.
When Can We Expect Season 6 of “Queer Eye” to Be Released?
Netflix’s Queer Eye has been a huge success over the past several seasons. Since its inception, the show has garnered a devoted following, and many are eagerly anticipating the sixth and final season. December 31, 2021, is the date Queer Eye will return to Netflix’s streaming service. Qyeer Eye is a reimagining of The Straight Guy, for those who haven’t watched it before.
Season 6 of the show will premiere on December 31, 2021, making it the perfect New Year’s gift for the show’s fans. There were reports that the episode will not air until 2022 after the season was put on hold and production began on April 23. However, Netflix has set the show’s premiere date for December 31, 2021, notwithstanding the recent developments.
Season 6 of “Queer Eye”: Where Will It Be Filmed?
Austin, the state’s capital, served as the setting for the sixth season of Queer Eye. According to the show’s official Twitter, the same is true.
“We can’t wait to return to Austin to film Queer Eye: Texas in our cowboy boots! I can’t wait to see your cheeks light up with joy (and sadness) in the future!”
This season’s Fab Five: Who Are They?
Season 6’s fab five include:
40-year-old actor Kamaro Brown first appeared on television in 2001’s Princess Diaries, where he co-starred with Anne Hathaway. With a makeover, Karamo takes things to the next level. Other contestants tend to enhance a contestant’s appearance, but Karamo works to enhance a contestant’s inner beauty.
34-year-old Jonathon “Jon” Van Ness Jonathan’s family has a long history of working in the media. When it comes to the Oakley family that controls Quincy Media, he is in his sixth generation. He has a degree in cosmetology and has worked in the industry for several years.
Tan France, a Doncaster native, gives the hopefuls a much-needed makeover with her fashion advice.
While cooking up a storm for Queer Stars, Antoni Porowski is pitting his wits against one another.
39-year-old Bobby Berk Bobby Berk isn’t your typical neighbour. He’s got every trick in the book down pat.