Queer Eye’s AJ has married his long-term boyfriend
AJ Brown, whose life was transformed in the fourth episode of Queer Eye, has married his long-term boyfriend – and it’s too adorable.
AJ first appeared on the the show as a semi-closeted man, whose family didn’t know about his long-term boyfriend called Andre, wearing khaki shorts with a messy flat.
But, by the end of the episode – titled ‘To Gay or Not Too Gay’ – the Fab Five had helped him come out to his step mum, revamped his home, and given him a new wardrode.
And now, the Queer Eye Twitter account has revealed that AJ has now married Andre.
The couple also posed for a photo with the Fab Five for a Netflix FY See event promoting the show.
AJ isn’t the only person to have got married since appearing on Queer Eye.
Earlier this month, fan-favourite Tom Jackson re-married his ex-wife Abby Parr.
The protagonist of the Netflix show’s first episode tied the knot on March 27.
They eloped to a charming venue in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, on the edge of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where they married each other without any of their friends or family present.
The newlyweds then embarked on a romantic honeymoon in the mountains.
Jackson, a self-proclaimed redneck, broke audience members’ hearts with his self-deprecating “can’t fix ugly” comments – but lifted their spirits as he reconnected with his ex-wife, Abby.
The end of his episode saw the “dumb old country boy from Kentucky” invite her on a date after telling viewers: “I love Abby more than anything.
The Fab Five recently released a music video ahead of the upcoming second season of Queer Eye, set to air on June 15, featuring LGBT advocate and pop singer Betty Who.
Last month, the Fab Five left fans in a state of sexual frustration, after posting raunchy pics of themselves posing in bed.
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The Queer Eye guys have been keeping busy since season one.
Grooming expert Jonathan Van Ness recently trolled US treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin’s wife Louise Lintonon Instagram during a live recording of his podcast, and said she has a “head full of terrible extensions.”
In May, fashion guru France spoke out about the racism and “sickening” discrimination he has faced since being in the spotlight as one fifth of Queer Eye.
Also in May, Antoni Porowski revealed that he is publishing a cookbook with 100 recipes.
Culture expert Karamo Brown, meanwhile, recently revealed that he is engaged.