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Surprise! Netflix releases mini episode of Queer Eye in Yass, Australia

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The Fab Five in Australia | Photo: YouTube/Netflix

The week just got a whole lot better because Netflix released a brand new mini episode of Queer Eye in Yass, Australia.

Fans first got wind of the Fab Five’s adventures in Australia earlier this month.

‘Netflix found Gay, Georgia, so leave it to them to find Yass, Australia,’ Antoni says at the start of the video.

Yass is a country town in the state of New South Wales.

The term ‘yass’ is popular gay vernacular. It originates from people of color in New York’s ballroom voguing scene and often used by the Fab Five themselves.

The new Fab Five — Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karomo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness and Bobby Berk — have two projects Down Under. First, Tan, Karamo, and Jonathan help out a local rancher by the name of George.

Meanwhile, Antoni and Bobby have their sights set on a bistro, revamping both the menu and decor.

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Kangaroos, accents, oh my

The 20-minute episode is choc-full of the now signature energy and humor of the new iteration of Queer Eye.

The five try their hand at Australian accents, scream about seeing kangaroos, and, of course do what they do best: give make-overs!

It’s a quicker montage than usual but it features all of the beats audiences love, including Karamo talking about feelings, Jonathan gushing about self-care, and Antoni cooking (not including avocados).

Naturally, they also got crowned the Queens of Yass.

Season 1 and 2 of Queer Eye are now available on Netflix.

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