Queer Eye cast of “love,” to make show the united kingdom

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Netflix has announced that his very successful reboot of Queer Eye is to return for a second series.

During a Q&a on Thursday, the Fab Five also confessed that “love” to do a uk version.

The streaming service announced the show, organized by Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, and So France will return on the 15th of June.

The change of the image show follows the hosts that advise men on fashion, grooming, food and culture.

Queer Eye will once again be based in Georgia, united States, for the second of the series. The original show, which ran from 2003 to 2007, had been based in New York.

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Taking the show to the south and visits to the communities around Atlanta gave the hosts an opportunity to not only provide life-remodeling, but also to talk about LGBT rights and attitudes towards homosexuality more conservative than men.

The original series had 100 episode, more than five series. Also achieved critical acclaim, winning an Emmy award.

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Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, which was its original name, also had a series with a new cast British, but it seems a special uk with the current division could be in the cards.

Asked if the hosts would like to do in the uk series or a special one-off episode, Berk said: “We would love to. We will keep you informed when we do.”

A fan also asked what was Antoni Porowski favorite English thing As France – that is from the united kingdom – had been introduced to him.

He said: “Nando’s is probably my favorite thing I’ve tasted in a long time.”

France said that his next mission was to introduce children to Greggs and their selection of bakery products.

The BBC has asked Netflix if there are plans for a British-based show for the Fab Five.

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