The results were mixed, and for the most part, the contestants just seemed deeply uninspired.In fact, the queens seemed to struggle so much with the judges' characterizations that it makes me worry about next week’s Snatch Game.A decade later, Andy Cohen is hosting a reunion special.
Thom Filicia recalls stepping onto the field at Fenway Park to throw the first pitch at a game with his fellow “Queer Eye” Fab Five.
“I mentally prepared myself to not be disappointed if we got booed or something weird,” he says. I was constantly amazed at the humanity of people during our run.” In 2003, Bravo debuted “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.” The premise was fiendishly clever and almost naughty: a quintet of gay men gave makeovers to hopeless heteros hungry for style pointers.
Steve welcomed Emmy Award-winning TV personality and style pro CARSON KRESSLEY, with a look at his new book, “Does This Book Make My Butt Look Big?
” which is helping women uncover their personal style and become fierce fashionistas!
Former Dancing With the Stars partners Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec are engaged, Johnson's rep confirms to Us Weekly.“Kim is overjoyed! “Robert adores her, and they are the sweetest couple. ”The Dancing With the Stars pro, 39, and the Shark Tank judge, 53, started dating shortly before the season 20 premiere of the dance competition in March 2015.“He’s such a great guy,” Johnson gushed to Us Weekly in May.
“We love spending time together.”After Herjavec proposed, they celebrated at a surprise party with Carson Kressley, Cheryl Burke and several more of their close friends, according to the source.
Carson worries about his lack of manscaping and where to put his private parts.
He gets these tips from George: ‘Push your bits under like a drag queen’ and ‘Pull your stomach in!
Nicknamed the Fab Five, each “Queer Eye” cast member had his area of expertise — for Filicia, it was design; Carson Kressley, fashion; Ted Allen, food and wine; Kyan Douglas, grooming; and Jai Rodriguez, culture.