Tom and Abby From ‘Queer Eye’ Broke Up Last Week and Now They’re Engaged to Be Married Tom and Abby, the couple from Episode One of 'Queer Eye,' seemed to break up last week, but now they're engaged to marry? What gives? Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
The “Queer Eye” food and wine guy is more capable in the kitchen than the show lets on. Not that he has to prove it to you.
And the update is restoring people’s faith in love.
“Style is not fashion. Fashion is not trendy after a season. Honestly, I couldn’t give a st about fashion.”
Love isn't dead after all! A week after Queer Eye contestant Tom Jackson told fans he didn't win back his ex-wife Abby from the show, he revived viewers' faith in love by...
In our second installment on queer polyamory, counselor and columnist Alexandra Tyler finds two who don't see eye to eye on bringing another person into their love mix.
There was one guy on Netflix's Queer Eye reboot that completely and utterly stole our hearts. Tom Jackson had us all sobbing into our sofa cushions during his transformation when he talked about his ex-wife Abby, who he was still inShow More Summary
Karamo Brown has a lot of opinions about gay culture.
‘Queer Eye’ Food Guy Antoni Responds to the Haters Who Doubt His Skills Antoni Porowski responds to online flak for having questionable authority when it comes to being a "culinary pro" Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Helen Rosner writes about Antoni Porowski, a breakout star of Netflix’s “Queer Eye” revival, who has become the unlikely subject of a culinary conspiracy theory.
From what to serve to what to where, the Queer Eye cast give us their expert tips.
Everyone's been glued to the brand new series of Queer Eye on Netflix, and it's easy to see why. While Bobby, Antoni, Karamo, Tan, and Jonathan really have put their own spin on the show, every single episode has turned us into emotional wrecks, making us wondering if, dare we say it, this cast might not be even better than the original. Show More Summary
Yes, ranking! Yes, crying into our rosé! Who gave us permission?
The Fab Five tackles a scruffy Netflix IT manager.
Troy Patterson reviews the 2018 reboot of Bravo’s “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” which has been reimagined on Netflix for a less binary world.
On the gayer corners of the internet — the ones usually reserved for Carly Rae Jepsen stanning and “is she gonna jump from there?” memes — a debate has been raging about whether Antoni Porowski, the food guy from the new Queer Eye, can actually cook. It all got me thinking: ... More »
Netflix released a special online-only mini-episode of Queer Eye featuring one of their own. John Campbell manages the IT department at Netflix (aka the NERDS team), and was the perfect candidate for a bit of polishing. So Antoni, Bobby, Jonathan, Ka… Read The post Netflix Released an Extra ‘Queer Eye’ Makeover, and You Can Watch It Right Here appeared first on Towleroad.
Between Adam Rippon, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, and this rim job cartoon Piers Morgan repeatedly tweeted out, 2018 has had a spectacularly gay start. In keeping with historical tradition, queer women have been noticeably less visible. Show More Summary
And at first he didn't want to be on the show at all. "I was offered the job and I said, ‘You’re out of your minds — I will ruin your show!’... They said, ‘No you won’t, we know how to cast. From what we know, there’s never been a gay, Muslim, British immigrant […]
Gavin Bond/Netflix The Netflix reboot of Queer Eye has been called the “ultimate feel-good binge” and it’s hard to argue with that description: It does feel good to watch it. But I would argue that the new Queer Eye feels good in more of an anesthetic than a euphoric way. Show More Summary