‘Queer Eye is finally returned home to Netflix for yet another season! The Fab Five joined us again in their reality makeover series, and we expected nothing but sheer excitement from the sixth season of the show. Queer Eye was nominated for six Emmy awards in 2021; including a nomination for Outstanding Host for a reality show or competition program. The Fab Five is undoubtedly one of the most entertaining hosts you will ever see. Queer Eye season 6 is expected to return soon.
This reality makeover series is a Netflix reboot of the popular show “Queer Eye for The Straight Guy”; which aired on Bravo between the years 2003 to 2007.
Who are The Fab Five?
A reality show relies a lot on the people who are hosting it. With Queer Eye, we got as many as five amazing people running the show. The group includes Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, and Tan France.
The show didn’t win any awards at the event, but each one of the talented hosts is still hellbent to change the lives of people. “Our heroes have been through a lot in the past year, but to be able to tell those stories, not just personal stories, but business stories, family stories, stories of loss, stories of triumph … the stories all mean a little bit more this year I think,” Berk said to People, ahead of the season 6 release.
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Queen Eye Season 6: The Contestants
The sixth season of the series features 6 contestants, all coming from different walks of life. Here is a list of all the faces you saw during the course of Queer Eye season 6:
- Dr. Jereka Thomas Hockaday: The managing director for River City Assisting, LLC.
- Terri White: A dance instructor and the daughter of James White, the founder of honky-tonk in the 1960s.
- Chris Baker: The executive director of “The Other Ones Foundation,” a nonprofit in Austin helping homeless people in the city.
- Angel Flores: A trans barbell athlete from Austin, Texas. In one episode of the season, we see her admit that she still looks up to Fab-Five, as she recently came out of the closet and is still insecure.
- Sarah Lim: Owner of OMG Squee
- Jamie Wallace-Griner is the founder of Safe in Austin. AN organization that helps provide a safe space for animals.
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