‘Let’s try this again y’all!’: ‘Queer Eye’ returns to Austin for filming

The Fab Five are back in town to resume filming for season 6

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AUSTIN – The Fab Five is back in Texas, y’all!

“Queer Eye” announced on social media Friday that it was continuing filming in Austin after the show was delayed in March of last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“We’re SO EXCITED to step our cowboy boots back in Austin to film Queer Eye: Texas! Can’t wait to bring more smiles (and tears) to your faces!” the show said on social media.

Let’s try this again y’all! 💫 We’re SO EXCITED to step our cowboy boots back in Austin to film Queer Eye: Texas! 🌵 Can’t wait to bring more smiles (and tears) to your faces! 🌈💖✨

Posted by Queer Eye on Friday, April 23, 2021

The Fab Five -- known as Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Berk, and Karamo Brown -- are seen in front of a billboard at El Arroyo, a Mexican restaurant with a witty, Texas-themed caption.

Some of the billboards read, “Y’all means all” and “Texas hair don’t care.”

“Queer Eye” is an LGBTQ hit-show on Netflix that features emotionally-charged episodes of the Fab Five making over a person’s lifestyle, including their wardrobes and their homes.

All five seasons of “Queer Eye” are currently available on Netflix. It’s unknown when season 6 will make its debut as of yet.

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Cody King is a digital journalist for KSAT 12. She previously worked for WICS/WRSP 20 in Springfield, Illinois.