Queer Eye boys make over a farmer in Australian episode


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The mini-episode the boys from makeover show Queer Eye filmed in the Australian town of Yass has been released.

The show’s Fab Five — Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karomo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness and Bobby Berk — visited Australia earlier this month, and had two projects while in Yass.

First, Tan, Karamo, and Jonathan helped out a local cattle farmer and former rodeo cowboy named George “take stock of his situation and grab life by the horns.”

Then, Antoni and Bobby set their sights on revamping both the menu and decor of a pub in the small town.

“I think because Australia just legalised same-sex marriage, it’s only fitting that we’d sweep into a gorgeous little town and create a gorgeous community moment,” Jonathan says at the start of the episode.

We first found out earlier this month that the boys had been crowned “Yass Queens” by the town’s mayor.

Mayor Rowena Abbey presented the boys with some shiny tiaras to commemorate their trip to Australia to promote the second series of the show, which is on Netflix now.

Watch Queer Eye’s “Yass, Australia!” mini-episode below:

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