Queer Eye Fab Five launch new music video ahead of Netflix Season Two release

The Fab Five have released a music video ahead of the upcoming second season of Queer Eye, featuring LGBT advocate and pop singer Betty Who.

Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Bobby Berk and Karamo Brown teamed up with the singer for a music video remix for the show’s opening song All Things (Just Keep Getting Better).


In a teaser before the show returns to our screens on the June 15, the video shows Antoni dancing with avocados, Jonathan strutting around blow-drying his hair and Karamo lying on a bed of tissues.

The song is a remix of the original Queer Eye theme by Widelife.

In just a couple of short weeks, the Fab Five are set to return to the Georgia heartland to educate eight more stylistically challenged men about fashion, food, culture, home decor and hair.

The new season promises to be another emotional rollercoaster as the boys forge connections with communities from a wide array of backgrounds and addressing everything from self-love to good food.

Netflix VP of content Bela Bajaria said: “These series are indicative of what we’re trying to accomplish for Netflix unscripted: working with world-class producers to create the best unscripted shows on television.


“These series elevate the genre with innovative takes on familiar formats. They deliver immersive and nuanced stories. They elicit so many emotions from viewers, from tears of laughter to tears of joy — and that’s just Queer Eye.”

Speaking to Press Association, host Tan France said the upcoming season was more diverse and features a transgender man.

“I had never interacted with a trans person before, I’d never met a trans person before. And so it gave me an opportunity to ask questions that I have never been able to ask before,” he said.


“For example, what was it that when they realised they wanted to have top surgery (a surgical procedure carried out on the breasts of transgender patients), what made him decide that was the final thing that was going to change this process for him, that would really make him feel like a man?


“To things like, what is it that we can do to help? I’m ignorant, I don’t know what I can do to support the trans community. What kind of questions do you never want to hear again? Those kinds of questions were really helpful, for me and the audience.”