Tan France from 'Queer Eye' is getting his own makeover show
It's fair to say that Netflix's reboot of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy has been a massive success for the streaming platform, and plenty of people have really enjoyed the show's heartwarming and progressive tone.
The main cast members, consisting of Antoni Porowski, food and wine expert; Tan France, fashion expert; Karamo Brown, culture expert; Bobby Berk, design expert; and Jonathan Van Ness, grooming expert, have proven to be a big hit with viewers at home.
Indeed, they've proven to be so watchable that now one of the Fab Five is due to get his own spin-off show, where he'll be doing makeovers solo.
Check out the trailer for Tan's new show below:
The show, entitled: Dressing Funny with Tan France, will see the fashion guru styling an all-star cast of comedians, including Nick Kroll, Ali Wong, Miranda Sings, Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch, and Pete Davidson. You can check out the trailer for the new show above; suffice to say, it looks pretty damn funny.
In a recent interview with British DJ Chris Evans, on his Virgin Radio Breakfast Show, the 36-year-old fashion guru took the opportunity to discuss the homophobic and racist abuse he has suffered throughout his childhood.
France stated: "I was bullied every day for being a Pakistani and it was a fight for survival every day to make sure people didn't beat the bejesus out of me ... At the time I thought it was normal, it was completely the way life is, and now when I look back on it it's terrifying."
He added: "When you are five years old and an 18 to 20-something-year-old is beating the cr*p out of you, that's a terrible existence. People ask why I moved away from England, I have been gone for 11 years and it's not because I don't love England, I love England, but I experienced a lot of trauma here and I don't get that in Salt Lake."
Personally, I can't wait to check out this show. It looks as though it's going to be hilarious.