The fab five stars of the rebooted makeover show bring their brand of glitz and glamour to a town of 6,600 people
In an unexpected turning, the stars of Netflix’s Queer Eye reboot ought to have crowned honorary royalty of the small rural township of Yass, New South Wales, after spending a day of their Australian press tour produce over one of the township’s residents and one of its pubs.
In the early hours of Wednesday 6 June, Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Tan France, Karamo Brown and Jonathan Van Ness crammed into a small van to drive 50 miles north from the Australian capital Canberra to Yass, population 6,600, a place where, according to one local,” Nothing much happens “. The fab five were accompanied by a police escort on a 12 -hour shoot in the cities, which will be was transformed into a short webisode released after Netflix this month to promote Queer Eye’s second season.
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