'Queer Eye' Season 3 preview: Emotional new trailer promises new heroes, tears and 'holy sh*t' transformations

Apart from the series' first lesbian hero, the trailer showcases a glimpse of a man who has turned to alcohol and a woman who stopped caring for herself after she lost her brother


                            'Queer Eye' Season 3 preview: Emotional new trailer promises new heroes, tears and 'holy sh*t' transformations

Grab your tub of favorite ice-cream and a box or two of tissues because the trailer for Queer Eye's season 3 is out and will have you bawling your eyes out with happy tears. Recently, it was revealed season 3 will release on Netflix March 15 and now they have finally released a full-length trailer. Previously, there was a teaser released for 'Queer Eye' and it was also used as a Carly Ray Jepsen promo. 



 

We witnessed Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness spend two seasons in Atlanta and for this season the Fab Five head to the Midwest to transform the lives of "heroes" who need a new makeover in life. This season the Fab Five will encounter a bunch of firsts which includes a chance of them changing the life of a lesbian. 

"They expect me to be someone else — more black, less white, more gay, less gay. I feel like I don’t belong,” we witness a young woman named Jess reveal as Brown wipes away her tears. Jess came out at the age of 16.



 

Apart from the series' first lesbian hero, the trailer also showcases a glimpse of a man who has turned to alcohol and who feels he is running out of options and a woman who revealed she stopped caring for herself after she lost her brother in a car accident.

In the trailer, we also get to witness the Fab Five take on their first ever duo, and we also see Porowski yell, "Holy s**t!" after he takes a look at one of the transformations. We also get to see Berk scream "Holy f**k" after he takes a look at another transformation. 



 

'Queer Eye' premieres on Netflix globally on March 15. Season 1 and season 2 are already available on Netflix for streaming in the meantime. Watch the trailer for 'Queer Eye' season 3 here: