Netflix Releases Official Trailer for Karamo Brown’s Texas-Based Season 6 of “Queer Eye”

Karamo Brown is headed to the Lone Star State

The 41-year-old half-Cuban American television host, reality television personality, author, actor and activist and his Queer Eye cast mates will head to Texas in Season 6, with Netflix releasing the show’s official trailer ahead of its December 31 premiere.

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Hosts Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming), Brown (Culture), and Tan France (Fashion) will work their magic across the state helping to change the lives of deserving locals.

In one fell swoop, the guys will help a multitude of Navarro High School students by becoming part of its prom committee just one week before the festivities. Van Ness seems to not be worried about the challenge in the least.

“Are we going to slay this prom so hard? Are we going to look better than we’ve ever even  thought about looking?” he asks two students in the trailer who excitedly agree.

Queer Eye is executive produced by David Collins, Michael Williams, and Rob Eric for Scout Productions. Jennifer Lane serves as the showrunner and executive producer.

Karamo Brown & His Queer Eye Co-Stars to Co-Host Elton John’s Oscar Viewing Party

Karamo Brownwill have a busy Oscar night… 

The 39-year-old part-Cuban American television personality and his Queer Eye co-stars will serve as co-hosts at Sir Elton John’s AIDS Foundation Academy Awards viewing party on February 9.

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The legendary performer, who inspired Taron Egerton‘s Golden Globe-nominated performance in Rocketmanhas drafted Brown, Jonathan Van NessTan Franceand Bobby Berkto join honorary chairs John and husband David Furnishat the helm, though its unclear where the fifth Queer Eye star, Antoni Porowski, will be. 

Also taking the stage will be the British actor, singer-songwriter and Brits Critic Choice Award winner Sam Fender, who has been tapped to perform.

The Oscars viewing party event will once again take place in West Hollywood Park, serving as a benefit for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

“Each year we are blessed to have incredible artists do what they do best at our party and this year will be another special night not to miss. Given we have some of the wonderful hosts of Queer Eye at our party, we all wanted to use the event to raise funds for our work with LGBT ommunities around the world, many of whom are 20 times more vulnerable to the disease than their straight peers. AIDS isn’t over until no one gets left behind,” John said Thursday in a statement.