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November 22, 2014

Queer Eye alum tells GSN: 'He had a single rose for me like on The Bachelor and I basically fainted'

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy alum Carson Kressley can thank actor Lee Majors for helping him to realize he was gay.

As a kid, Kressley swooned whenever the star of The Six Million Dollar Man, a series about an ex-astronaut with bionic implants.

'I remember being absolutely in love with Lee Majors when he was The Six Million Dollar Man,' Kressley tells Gay Star News. 'He was on the cover of Dynamite Magazine which I stole from my brother.

October 19, 2013

The men from Queer Eye will share some dirt about who hooked up during the show's run

The five gay men who offered fashion tips to their straight peers will dish all the gossip about the show.

It's been 10 years since Queer Eye for the Straight Guy first aired. Tomorrow (20 October), the original quintet will sit down to talk with Bravo's Andy Cohen.

The show airs at 9pm (local time).

August 14, 2012

Alum of TV's Queer Eye alum that Judith Elaine Douglas became a PFLAG mom without him even having to ask

Kyan Douglas, who came to fame as the grooming expert on the Bravo makeover series Queer Eye, has shared with his Facebook followers that his mother died on Monday (13 August).

Douglas has written a moving tribute to Judith Elaine Douglas who was just 68 at the time of her death and was clearly close to her TV star son:

August 8, 2012

GSN Interview:  'It's been a struggle to re-educate everyone that I was an actor before Queer Eye'

Landing the role of a sassy music agent on the new ABC Reba McEntire sitcom Malibu Country is more than just another job for Jai Rodriguez.

It's his best opportunity yet to re-establish himself as an actor after achieving fame as one of the 'fab five' of the Emmy-winning Queer Eye which ran for five seasons on Bravo.

May 25, 2012

Confirmation comes after fellow television personality mentioned Burrell's relationship with a woman in a radio interview

Viewers of The Food Network have become familiar with chef Anne Burrell through her appearances on a wide array of the channel's most popular shows including Iron Chef America, Best Thing I Ever Ate and Chopped.

The spiky, platinum blond-haired host of Secrets of a Restaurant Chef and Worst Cooks in America confirmed publicly on Friday (25 May) that she is a lesbian. This comes after a fellow Food Network personality, Ted Allen, mentioned Burrell having a girlfriend during a radio interview.