Carson Kressley Teases Revival Of “Queer Eye For The Straight Guy”

"I think it looks... imminent."

On a recent segment of Watch What Happens Live!, fashionista and RuPaul’s Drag Race judge Carson Kressley revealed that the iconic show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy might just be returning to TV.

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Kressley, who shot to fame alongside the other members of the Fab Five during Queer Eye’s five year run in the early 2000s, spilled the tea on the possible reboot in answer to a fan question.

“Number one question for you,” began WWHL host Andy Cohen, “do you think there will be another Queer Eye for the Straight Guy?”

“Oh gosh,” he answered. “I don’t know if I can say, but I think it looks… imminent.”

While he clarified that he’s not sure if he’ll be on it or not, his response seems like a pretty positive endorsement for the show’s revival.

Since Queer Eye wrapped ten years ago, Kressley has been keeping busy appearing as a main stage judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race and as a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice, where he recently enlisted the help of crowned All Star Alaska for a photo shoot challenge.

h/t: LGBTQ Nation

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