Queer Eye

The cast of the Netflix show sat down with Jimmy Fallon to talk about some of their questionable throwback outfits.
The show's "Disabled But Not Really" episode missed an opportunity to make the world more equitable for those of us with disabilities.
Netflix's Fab Five are gearing up to bring style, sass and self-love to Kansas City, Missouri, as seen in a new trailer.
The "Queer Eye" styling guru is taking over the comedy world with the web series "Dressing Funny."
A new season of the Fab Five's Emmy-winning series will be streaming as soon as next month.
"Somedays I feel like a boy and somedays I feel like a girl," the Netflix series' grooming expert explained.
The "Queer Eye" star is the nail polish brand's "first non-female ambassador."
The "Queer Eye" star sparked an impassioned discussion about language and ableism on Twitter.
The Netflix series' culture guru said he and the show's food expert "did not talk to each other at all" early on.
Netflix and the Fab Five gave this pup a makeover for National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day.
Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Berk and Antoni Porowski paraded around the Capitol with the congresswoman and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Bobby Berk offered his interior design services to the New York lawmaker.
The "Queer Eye" cast members also exposed a few other surprising tidbits about themselves.
France told "The Good Place" star Manny Jacinto that he initially wanted no part on the Netflix show.
The Netflix series' culinary guru told Andy Cohen he used Instagram to connect with beau Trace Lehnhoff.
The "Queer Eye" star revealed what he was really doing at the New York Rangers game while the couple played "tonsil hockey."