Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski loved this corgi so much he fed it from his own mouth
There is nothing more pure about Antoni Porowski than his love of corgis, and now he’s taken that love to the next level.
The Queer Eye star hosted the event ‘An Evening with Antoni Porowski’ at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada, and one fan decided to surprise him by bringing their corgi up on stage.
Porowski was so enamoured with the Waldo the Corgi, who was described by his owner Jess Parker on Facebook as “the most spoiled dog in the world”, that the show’s food expert decided to feed him a dehydrated chicken dog treat from his own mouth.
Waldo, not satisfied with just dehydrated chicken, took Porowski up on his offer and got the extra treat of some mouth-to-mouth action with People magazine’s ‘sexiest reality star’.
After the tender and loving moment, Porowski said: “I would make out with you, thank you for asking. You’re so sweet!”
Waldo the corgi actually has his own Facebook page.
The profound connection between Antoni Porowski and corgis is well-documented.
antoni porowski and corgis. thank u pic.twitter.com/UqRiSZZVRZ
— jen (@filmhader) June 29, 2018
On his birthday last year, he wrote on Twitter: “Thanks for the wishes!! Plz send avo baskets, elementary how-to cookbooks and corgi puppies to my manager. Love you all .”
In the fifth episode of Queer Eye season four, he was unable to contain his excitement when he realised the family of John Stoner, the man the Fab Five were making over, owned a corgi.
He exclaimed: “No one told me that there was going to be a corgi!” He also told the corgi: “Oh, your paws smell so nice.”
— Netflix US (@netflix) July 22, 2019
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Last year, when Porowski stripped off for a magazine cover shoot and interview, a corgi was even incorporated into the photoshoot.
In the interview, he opened up about his sexuality and said: “Some people want to define themselves and they should as it is part of their identity. For me personally, I’ve never really had a label for myself.
“Today I’m gay – I’m in a gay relationship – and that’s where I am. That’s good enough for me.”