'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy' stars to reunite for Bravo specialAdd to Favorites | Queer Eye
A decade after the groundbreaking debut of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," the lifestyle show's five stars are reuniting for a new special on the cable network, set to air in October, entitled "Queer Eye Reunion: 10 Years Later."
Hosted by Andy Cohen, the special will find food and wine connoisseur (and current "Chopped" host) Ted Allen, grooming guru Kyan Douglas, design doctor Thom Filicia, fashion savant Carson Kressley and "culture vulture" Jai Rodriguez reflecting on the standout series, revealing behind-the-scenes secrets and giving updates on their lives now.
"Queer Eye" featured the Fab Five as they performed makeovers -- excuse us, "make-betters" -- on straight men, initially, before adding women and gay men into the mix. Debuting in July 2003, the Emmy-winning show was a breakout hit, spawning several overseas adaptations before wrapping its run on Bravo in 2007.
Are you looking forward to "Queer Eye Reunion: 10 Years Later"?