‘Queer Eye’ To Celebrate 10th Anniversary With A Reunion Special

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2003 was a very different time for reality television – before Top Chef, before the Real Housewives, and before Bravo gave everyone and anyone a reality show, there were five men who just wanted to make the world a better looking place. The network will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their hit show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy with a reunion special. But don’t run out to nominate your boyfriend or your brother just yet – there will be no makeovers performed at this reunion. 

Instead, Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Felicia, Carson Kressley, and Jai Rodriguez will join Andy Cohen to reminisce about the show and reveal some behind-the-scenes gossip. Queer Eye devotees can tweet Cohen any questions they have for the group. Since ushering in the “metrosexual” trend, the Fab Five have enjoyed a great deal of success, including hosting (Allen), sitcoms (Rodriguez), and a stint on Dancing With the Stars (Kressley). Bravo, meanwhile, has become a reality TV juggernaut, with shows like their Real Housewives franchise. So, essentially, these are the guys to blame for the fact that there are six shows about NeNe Leakes

The special, Queer Eye Reunion: Ten Years Later, will air in October. 

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