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Bobby, Tan, Antoni, Jonathan, and Karamo. Could these five men get any more fabulous?

Turns out the Fab Five just get better and better, just like a fine wine that Antoni might pair with a delicately, but expertly, prepared filet mignon.


To celebrate National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, Netflix sought out the help from the stars of Queer Eye.

The five filmed a short video where they took on a new, ruff-looking client.

Queer Eye 🐶 Puppy Makeover | Netflix www.youtube.com

The client was a sweet shelter pup by the name of Lacey.

The five jumped to their individual expertises and gave Lacey a day of pampering and preparing for adoption.

Antoni baked Lacey some healthy puppy treats, Jonathan gave her a manicure, Tan got her some not "too basic" accessories, and Bobby got her a new bed.

Perhaps best of all, Karamo gave her an adorable pre-adoption pup talk.

"You probably have a lot of fear of what's going to happen in the new home. But I love you and they're going to love you, and if you ever feel that stress and anxiety of 'maybe they're not gonna love me?' I want you to say this to yourself: 'I'm a good girl and I deserve love!'"

Now, I've always loved the Fab Five, but now I'm all about them becoming the Sensational Six and adding their first female counterpart.

People everywhere are in love with the video.










More Queer Eye dog content, please!!

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