The beauty of Netflix's 'Queer Eye' is not just the transformation of the heroes or the makeovers or people's reactions to the change. It is also about the Fab Five's — Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness — connection with the heroes and each other. And through the seasons, we watched the Fab Five work together and change the lives of many. And while working together, their points of reference also change.
With season 3 recently released on Netflix, France spoke exclusively to MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) and revealed how his point of reference had changed over the seasons while working alongside Berk, Brown, Porowski and Van Ness.
"I have become a lot more Americanized. I have become a lot more comfortable understanding American culture. And the plight that American people face when they don't feel represented, when they don't feel seen. So yeah, the boys teach me something new every day. Especially when I watch season 3, and I see Karamo speak, it is really fascinating," France revealed.
Apart from that, France also revealed the most unique thing he brings to the Fab Five and no, it is not the French Tuck! Talking about the most unique thing he brings, France said, "I know you want me to say it is the French Tuck. But no, it is not. I think I give a different perspective because I am not an American, I am not White, so I think my experience is a lot more different than the boys. I think I offer a point of reference that none of the others could. But we work so beautifully well together because we really want to help."
'Queer Eye' season 3 is currently airs available on Netflix. And for this season we see the Fab Five head to the Midwest and transform the lives of heroes. This season, you will witness a bunch of firsts, starting from the very first duo, to the series' very first lesbian.