Justin Theroux taught the Queer Eye guys about vaginas
Justin Theroux has been educating the Queer Eye guys about female anatomy.
The Leftovers star Theroux spoke about his newly-forged friendship with three of the Fab Five – Tan France, Jonathan van Ness and Antoni Porowski – while appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
He explained: “I was a big fan of the first season [of Queer Eye] and kind of binged it, and then I did one of those things that I’ve never done before in my life, where I was with some friends, it was Easter and I was just like, I’m going to DM them!
“He immediately hit me back, and was like oh, my god, I’m coming over right away. And now it’s sort of become rhis kind of thing whenever tey’re in town, but they’re off shooting the next season.”
Theroux added: “They all came over one night with a bunch of people, and then at a certain point Jonathan and Tanny were talking about like sex and stuff.
“It became clear that at least Tanny and Jonathan did not know what a vagina looked like, and ad never seen a vagina aside from what you see in a textbook or something like that.
“So I thought that was a teachable moment – I thought that was very exciting.
“I went upstairs and I got art supplies and I said we’re going to all draw vaginas, because I was dying to know in their brain what that looked like.
He added: “They sat there and drew the vaginas and then to hilarious effect they held them up and showed me what they came up with.”
The picture was censored, but Theroux added: “Imagine the most rudimentary vagina…”
Kimmel added: “It looks more like a bat than a vagina.”
He quipped: “Well, congratulations on your new friends. I’d like to be a part of that group!”
Queer Eye was recently renewed for a third season.
Off the back of the show’s landmark haul of Emmy nominations, it was announced that the Fab Five will be returning.
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