Yass! ‘Queer Eye’ Has Officially Started Filming Season 6 in Texas!

The Fab Five is coming back and we couldn't be more excited.

The last time we caught up with Antoni, Tan, Karamo, Bobby and Jonathan, the crew brought their talents to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Now, after production delays due to the coronavirus, the team is finally together again in Austin, Texas to film the sixth season of Queer Eye.

While we are anxiously awaiting new episodes, they treated us to some promo pics in front of the famous El Arroyo restaurant sign in Austin (repeating their pics from last year). In the first image, the group posed in front of the white billboard, which said: "Queer eyes. Full hearts. Can't lose."

In the rest of the images, each respective star stood in front of the sign with personalized messages referencing their roles on the show. Tan France alluded to his famous French Tuck styling tip with a message that asked, "Y'all ever heard of the Texan Tuck?" Meanwhile, Karamo Brown emphasized inclusivity with: "Y'all means all." Bobby Berk offered a design pun with the phrase, "Chic as all get out," while beauty guru Jonathan Van Ness wrote, "Texas hair don't care." Finally, food expert (and avocado aficionado) Antoni Porowski said: "Here, queer, & full of tacos."

It already seems like the Fab Five is having a blast, and the caption to the post said, "Let’s try this again y’all! We’re SO EXCITED to step our cowboy boots back in Austin to film Queer Eye: Texas! Can’t wait to bring more smiles (and tears) to your faces!"

When we sat down with Bobby Berk last year to discuss the upcoming season, the design expert shared his love for the city of Austin, saying, "It’s such a beautiful city. It’s so green. It’s such an outdoor city. It very much reminded me of L.A."

These episodes can't come fast enough.

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Joel Calfee

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Joel is the Associate Editor for News & Entertainment and has been reporting on all things pop culture for over 5 years. Before working at PureWow, he served as a Features...
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