As the Netflix reality show returns, its suns descend on the urban Australian city of Yass to record a mini escapade and explain the secrets of their huge success
Jonathan Van Ness screams- and then starts crying. The Queer Eye superstar is sitting in a car on a cattle farm in the rural Australian town of Yass, New South Wales. As the rips stream down his face, he begins filming himself on his phone.
” I just found out Michelle Kwan followed me on Instagram and “ve lost the” judgment ,” he tells his partisans- closely connected to a million of them on the social network, the most recent of whom is the retired Olympian flesh skater.
His co-star Karamo Brown daddies his head into chassis:” Oh, Michelle ,” he coos, tenderly scratching his friend’s arm.” You obligated our baby’s reverie come true !”
The resulting pole, which has had almost 1m deems at the time of writing, is solid Queer Eye content, encapsulating not only what love of current realities picture been fucking loving Van Ness( his inexhaustible extravagance ), but also the whole cast’s feelgood earnestness, the euphorium they take in each other and their eagerness to play up every charming instant and send it straight to social media.
Van Ness( 31, the train expert ), Brown( 37, culture ), Antoni Porowski( 34, nutrient ), Bobby Berk( 36, blueprint) and Tan France( 35, way) are in Yass to cinema a mini webisode to promote the second series of Queer Eye, in which they make over a neighbourhood farmer, George, and a tavern. The spot was selected thanks to the pun: as Van Ness illustrates to the taciturn George: “‘ Yas queen’ is a major slogan for the lesbians and the brunch-going ladies “of the worlds” .”