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The Internet Is Asking: Does the Sexy Food Guy From ‘Queer Eye’ Even Know How to Cook?

The Internet Is Asking: Does the Sexy Food Guy From ‘Queer Eye’ Even Know How to Cook? People are loving the Netflix reboot of Queer Eye. But one thing everyone is also pointing out: does sexy food expert Antoni Porowski even know how to cook? Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Get the Look: Queer Eye's Industrial Atlanta Loft

As someone who has watched the Netflix reboot through twice, I'm confident in saying it is a smashing success. I laughed. I cried. I wanted another eight episodes. The new Fab Five are so charming; it's hard to stop watching. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Times New Roman'; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} READ MORE »

Is the Queer Eye Reboot Turning You Into an Emotional Wreck, Too?

Netflix's recently released Queer Eye reboot seems to be exceeding expectations. Though it's only been a decade since the original show aired, a lot has changed since then, and many worried the reboot would succumb to the usual stereotypes or obvious jokes. Show More Summary

Queer Eye's Karamo Brown Is a Big Deal, but MTV Fans Already Know That

Karamo Brown may be the newly crowned king of culture on the Netflix Queer Eye reboot, but one glance at Brown's groundbreaking accomplishments proves that an expertise in all things culture is just a sample of what this Southern gentleman...Show More Summary

Get Ready to Binge-Watch, Honey: Netflix’s Queer Eye Reboot Is a Delightful Tearjerker

I'll be honest and say that I didn't quite know what to expect from Netflix's Queer Eye reboot. The trailer released a few weeks ahead of its Feb. 7 premiere includes moments with the new Fab Five's "heroes" - what they dub the men being made over each episode - that gave me pause. Show More Summary

Original 'Queer Eye' Cast Reunites at Reboot Premiere!

It feels like the early 2000s all over again! The original Queer Eye cast mates – including Kyan Douglas, Carson Kressley, Thom Filicia, and Jai Rodriguez – reunited for the premiere of the Netflix reboot series on Wednesday night (February 7) at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, Calif. Skipping out on the original [...]

Queer Eye Cast on Finding the "Healing Middle Ground" Through Makeovers and Exposure

The Fab Five aren't the only thing that's different in Netflix's new Queer Eye. The rebooted series trades New York for Georgia for its setting, throwing Karamo Brown (Culture), Antoni...

5 Things to Know About ‘Queer Eye’ Food Expert Antoni Porowski

He’s the kitchen sleuth on the Netflix reboot of the hit show Queer Eye, the early 2000s makeover show that changed the TV landscape forever, is back in action with a fresh cast and new home on Netflix. Antoni Porowski is the Fab Five’s new food guru, a slot that was previously held by Ted Allen, pre-Chopped fame. Show More Summary

Netflix's 'Queer Eye' reboot is all about empathy at a time when we really need it

When Queer Eye for the Straight Guy premiered in 2003, in the middle of another contentious Republican presidency, being gay in America didn't look like it does today. Straight actors played gay characters in mainstream shows like Will and Grace and Queer as Folk. Show More Summary

Laughter and tears mark the solid Netflix reboot of 'Queer Eye' for a new generation

The latest old show to be resurrected for a new generation is Bravo's Emmy-winning "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," later, and presently, just "Queer Eye." The series took off from the premise that (some) gay men might have something to teach (certain) straight people about self-presentation and...

Queer Eye’ for the Woke Guy: Netflix’s Reboot Struggles to Be Fabulous

2 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Carin Baer/Netflix There’s not a gay man over 30 who doesn’t have complicated feelings about Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. So the Netflix reboot, streaming starting Wednesday, arrives with heavy baggage—and not of the designer kind that Carson Kressley may have picked out. Show More Summary

Queer Eye: Meet the Fab 5 Hosting Netflix's Reboot

Netflix is reviving the popular Bravo makeover show Queer Eye For the Straight Guy (shortened to Queer Eye in the original third season because the makeover subjects began to include women and homosexual men). The revival is using the...Show More Summary

Original 'Queer Eye' Stars on Show's Legacy, Gay Stereotypes and Netflix's Reboot

Carson Kressley and Jai Rodriguez talk with THR about how the show was received in 2003 America and reflect on the way it changed American culture gay stereotypes. read more

Queer Eye Stars on Reboot Pressures, the OG Fab Five and the Show's Enduring Legacy

Netflix's Queer Eye is taking everything you love about the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, aside from the OG Fab Five, and putting a fresh polish on it for 2018--and that's a...

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The Original ‘Queer Eye’ Guys Pass the Torch to the New Fab Five at a Boozy Brunch: WATCH

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Is Queer Eye still culturally relevant? That’s one of the topics on the table at a brunch shared by the hosts of the old Queer Eye (sans Ted Allen) and the hosts of the Netflix Queer Eye reboot. Thom Filicia, Jai Rodriguez, Carson Kressley and… Read The post The Original ‘Queer Eye’ Guys Pass the Torch to the New Fab Five at a Boozy Brunch: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.

In ‘Queer Eye Kiki,’ the Original Fab 5 Meet the New Batch From the Netflix Reboot

In ‘Queer Eye Kiki,’ the Original Fab 5 Meet the New Batch From the Netflix Reboot Netflix just posted a new video where the original Fab 5 meet the new Fab 5 from the reboot coming Feb. 7 Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Netflix’s New Fab Five on Why It’s Important to Bring Back Queer Eye

This Wednesday, Netflix will bring back Queer Eye, a newly rebooted version of the reality-TV classic Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, with a new set of experts hell-bent on making straight men (and, in this case, everyone else) as fabulous as possible. In advance of the series premiere, Vulture ... More »

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