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The Netflix series' fashion guru wrote that he was "fully obsessed" with his new son, who was born July 10 via a surrogate.
"Our hearts are so full right now," the Netflix series' fashion guru wrote alongside a sassy announcement photo.
The cast of the Netflix show sat down with Jimmy Fallon to talk about some of their questionable throwback outfits.
The "Queer Eye" styling guru is taking over the comedy world with the web series "Dressing Funny."
France told "The Good Place" star Manny Jacinto that he initially wanted no part on the Netflix show.
"I never dreamt in a million years that I’d be on that big American stage, and the fact that I wore something that I will never forget feels so good," the fashion expert said.
True to form, the Fab Five goes epic with tributes to Lady Gaga and Beyoncé, too.
The "Queer Eye" star said he was told he's on a security "list of concern."
“Did you just ‘Queer Eye’ me?” the comedian asks as France helps him pick out clothes.
Could they do for my dating life what they've done for two seasons' worth of dudes?
"Being ‘out and proud’ can feel like a real luxury of Western culture."
"Breaking down toxic masculinity in front of everybody of Australia, honey!" says Jonathan Van Ness in the bonus episode.
Warning: Prepare to be shocked by Jonathan without long hair.
"Watching #QueerEye with my husband, he says he wants to achieve Jonathan’s hair and I APPROVE."