Netflix releases extra Queer Eye makeover for if you’ve already binge watched season 1
If like us you had a sinking feeling when you reached the end of the Queer Eye reboot season one, and thought you squandered it by not spreading it out a little more – you’re in luck.
Netflix has released an online-only digital exclusive extra makeover which you can watch RIGHT NOW.
The special mini-episode features John Campbell, the IT manager at Netflix.
The IT department there is known as the NERDS team, and he admitted he could do with a little spit and polish.
So the Queer eye guys, Antoni, Bobby, Jonathan, Karamo and Tan urgently took to his side to help him out.
The seven-minute video (yes it’s not a full episode :() sees the fab five do a quick re-do on Campbell.
At least it’s a little fix to get you through until season two!
Check it out here:
The show’s food and wine expert Antoni Porowski attracted an instant and committed fan-base with his soft-spoken expert words, good lucks and charm.
He has since opened up about how he is “old school” when it comes to sex, about his realisisation that he had never been called a “fag”, and the differences between his life story and those of his cast-mates.
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The hair specialist in the team, Jonathan Van Ness, recently opened up about the continuing relevance of the show, which was recently rebooted by Netflix.
He says: “Something I realised today was — and everyone really responded to this joke the first time I busted it out — that when you have Republican administrations in power, we need to have Queer Eye on the air.
“But even though that’s a joke, it’s serious. I do feel like LGBTQIA things in the United States are not going in the direction that they were in the last eight years.”
He adds: “Coming from a town of 30,000 people on the Mississippi River, having Queer Eye in 2003 through 2007 when I was in high school was really important. I looked up to Kyan a lot. I hope someone will look up to me. That is a crazy feeling, but I think it’s a good time, because there needs to be queer visibility on TV.”