welcome to getting curious. I'm Jonathan Venice. And every week I sit down for a 30 minute conversation with a brilliant experts to learn all about something that makes me curious. This'll week we have none other than gorgeous tan France. Star of Queer eyes. Netflix fashion guru cannot which chat? Well, you guys hold on to your blue violet shimmer light shampoo because I've got someone here who likes to use it a lot. I just couldn't get if you could tell it with that gorgeous, cute little baby. Laugh is if you guess someone whose name is Fran. Fran, Fran Taft are France Tempera tan Ease Here, you guys. Hi, everyone. Hi, Jackie. So, uh, it's okay. You can say a Oh, my God. Should be talking about that real quick. Um, no. Okay, fine. Okay. Jonathan Van Nets. It shows how much I know about my boy. So Jonathan Mann s used to go by the name Jack when he was at school. And I didn't know this until, like, six months ago, when we were filming and one of his friends on the phone and she kept saying, Jack, I was like, I was just talking about. Afterwards, I questioned it and he said When I was at school, I go by Jack. My nickname is being Jack my whole life. And so I asked if I could start calling him Jackie. He said Yes, but only in private. No, it's not private anymore. But I won't know who you're talking to and I won't like it. And it's not a term of endearment unless you're my mom or tan. So if you do it, I probably won't like you very much. Do not do that. That's not appropriate. Only I could say that. I mean, it doesn't really bother me, Just won't like you and I'll never take a selfie with you. So your call, Yeah, that's my That's your That's ours. Um, you know, Tan. So every episode of getting curious is a question. And, um, so far, you know, it's like it's kind of, you know, who are you? I mean, who is Tanni Benny? That I'm doing one with, you know, the boys and it's kind of been like, you know who are who are you? Oh, gosh, that's a tough question. Who am I? Well, I mean, we can get there together like you don't have, like, a really cracked open in the question. Well, I guess one question I have for you that we could start with is a question about me old, which is what is what is the first thing that you thought when you met me? Oh, my gosh. Okay. So, honestly, the first time, if it's not that I was, like, gorgeous and attractive or something along those lines. E s obviously something to the effect of. Like, if I hadn't already been married, like, really took my body would be the person I was eso when? Okay, you've actually taken all of my words up. So when I first met you, I thought, Gosh, she's attractive. You really? Yeah. I think you're beautiful. I really Yeah. No, no, I truly did. E did. Second thing I thought was if my husband, God forbid, ever dies, I found my replacement for him. I would keep you safe. You're a lot bigger than that. You're not told that I am, but I want you guys to do me together. But that's probably gets your religion. I mean, Rob is kind of more money. We're way partner. So Yeah, both of us. A lot more than one partner in the day or no. Even now, my community, we could start more than one partner. So you never know. Is that well, I mean, a lot of people will. Actually, I think that's, like, actually kind of a cute time to talk about Islamophobia in the Muslim faith. Um xgo right there. But like, I think is polygamy a common misconception in the way that it is in the church of Latter Day Saints. And I mean to me, I would think that a lot of people that are living like a Muslim lifestyle in America are not polygamous. Yes, true. Okay, let's talk about the moment thing first eso in the also the Mormon faith. I would think they're not. They're not. No, they're not. No, they're not. So you've mentioned LDS. That means last day, Saint Jesus. Wait. Did I say more? But I meant to say Muslim. Yes, you did, But it's okay. I want to talk about both, but this gives an opportunity to talk about about so Mormons are actually people of the Jesus Christ Church of Latter Day Saints. That's our official title but most of us call the moment. Mormons back in the day were allowed to have more than 11 woman. Men were allowed to have more than one wife. However, that's no longer the case. That hasn't been the case for men 18 90 or something. I don't know the think it's 18 90 e like you telling me so that was many, many years ago. That's not the case anymore on people who do still have more than one wife. They are a different sect of e flds. Correct eso No longer can moments have more than one wife. However, in my religion Islam we can have more than one wife. However, My God, you guys, you're right With the day fucking 18 90. You are very, very smart. And then And that was why they let it be a state because that's why they didn't want You don't become steaks. They went into the polygamy. But then when they renounced it, they were stayed by 18 96. You know, you you've been getting curious for so long. Get up curious anymore. You know, every no, I'm super curious. You know, it's there is in my religion We can still have more than one wife if we choose to marry a woman. But there's a condition that you can only marry more than one person if you can love them equally and treat them equally, which come on, most of us can't. So most Muslim men that do not have more than one wife. Nobody I know in England personally has more than one wife. However, in the Middle East, I do know people who have more than one wife. Um And is there a differentiation between like, is that like a Sunni? Or like a She rule? No, Shia, she rules. Yeah, So Sunnis and Shias can't both of them. They can have. You said Sonny's Sonny. Yeah. So, like, in a British accent Sunnis you a stronger when you say it fast, It sounds like you're saying the sunny's yeah, eyes How we say that studies, she s And it feels like I feel like I'm gonna take the study and shares e s so interesting iPod the studies you are Well, I guess that makes sense because you from Pakistan, your family, Pakistani, they really are. Yeah. And from what I from what I think I learned. I think I learned that, like, Iran is mostly Shi Shi Shia. Okay. You know, because I think we need to clear this up right here. And right now she has We've had this conversation way. I'm gonna tell you guys a little story about tan tonight. So we're minding our own business this one day in the back of the car in Atlanta. And I was telling Tanny about Dr James Galvin, who you guys may know from two episodes of getting curious. Who is the director of Islamic studies at U C. L. A. And I really respect him. I like him a lot. And he speaks, uh, he speaks. I'm not trying to be racist. I'm just smart. I don't know which one, but he seems like 16 eso, but that's from he's American. But he lived in Damascus. He's like a professor of Islamic history. Maybe, but he lived in his house, but he lived in Damascus for, like, 10 or 15 years. Um, so I had him on the first episode ever getting curious. And that was to tell me, what's the difference between Sunni and Shia Muslims and why don't they love you. I love that That was your first episode First episode. Curious about that? I've been curious about that forever because I'm like, I'm like, Why are people upset? Like Why? What's the deal? E. Think so many religions? A really beautiful I think the writing of threats.