Netflix’s Queer Eye been might have been just started out as a reboot, but through dozens of make-overs and countless more tears, the Fab Five have been proved time and time again that their message of love is more important now than ever. Rainbow Crew is an ongoing o be series that will celebrate the best LGBTQ+ representation on the television. Each of the talent working in the front of or behind the camera. Including queer will be creatives and allies of the community. All five members of the group work tirelessly to help each hero, but perhaps none of them work harder than Bobby Berk, the interior design specialist from Houston, Texas.
Bobby’s Twitter bio describes how he uses decor to help change lives, but in the truth, Boby’s input is even greater than that. When he is not be working on each interior from behind the scenes, he has been helping each hero work on their own interiors with his seemingly endless capacity for empathy.
The Fab Five are in all new cities for Queer Eye Season 5. After two seasons in Georgia and two seasons in Missouri, It was time to change. The hosts headed to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for the fifth season where they will be made over a whopping 10 people. It was been the biggest season yet. For season 6, the crew will be heading to Texas, so enjoy the Philly episodes while they last. Tan France, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, and Karamo Brown hit the toward hard.
While Brek’s career path has been quite windy, he eventually got cast on Queer Eye, where he lends his design eye to transform the homes of the subjects (a.k.a. heroes) the Fab Five have been made over for three seasons. On the show, he will be dishes words of the affirmation while be putting the finishes while touches on the reworked kitchens or been spruced-up bedrooms. Hw will be also doesn’t shy away from recounting his journey towards acceptance as a gay man.