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Giddyap! “Queer Eye” Goes Bigger in Texas for Season 6

And cheesier?

The Fab Five are ready for six.

Netflix’s Emmy-winning Queer Eye reboot has been officially renewed for a sixth season ahead of this summer’s Season 5 premiere, Variety reports.

After changing lives in Georgia, Missouri, and Philadelphia, the Queer Eye gang is now tackling Texas, where they will “scour the prairie in a search for a whole new roster of heroes in need of a little TLC.”

The show announced on social media this week that the Fab Five had “just arrived in the Lone Star State” to start filming Season 6, and that Season 5 is “coming real soon.” At El Arroyo, a Mexican restaurant in their home base of Austin, the Fab Five posed for a group photo with a sign calling Queer Eye “the most fabulous thing in Texas since chaps.”

The Queer Eye guys also shared the renewal news on their Instagrams with El Arroyo sign configurations comparing Jonathan Van Ness to big hair, Antoni Porowski to queso, Tan France to cowboy boots, and Bobby Berk to cowhide. But where’s Karamo Brown’s fabulous sign?

“I’ve decided to make queso in each episode,” Porowski warned in his post. “You’re welcome.”

Queer Eye’s fourth season and the Queer Eye: We’re in Japan! four-episode special are now streaming on Netflix. Look for Season 5 this summer.

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