Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, Tan France, and Bobby Berk snuck their ways right into our hearts and homes with the self-help, feel-good series that travels the country helping people who need it most. Listen to the Fab Five in some of their best podcast moments!
Two is always better than one, so how else could we start this playlist other than with Tan France on Jonathan Van Ness' podcast, "Getting Serious"?! Listen in on this adorable friendship as they talk about meeting each other for the first time, polygamy in religion, and so much more.
Dubbed The Culture Extraordinaire on Queer Eye, Karamo Brown is so much more than that. A social worker, activist, author, youth counselor, public speaker, CDC ambassador, and a policy and legislation advisor on the Obama Administration, Karamo is here to talk everything mental health and more.
Jessie Ware and mum Lennie have Queer Eye's Antoni Porowski on Table Manners to talk everything food and family. Listen in as the hilarious mother/daughter duo swoon's over their Disney Prince as he describes his perfect last day of food complete with guacamole and champagne grapes.
Queer Eye's Bobby Berk is known for not having much screen time (as he is literally redesigning an entire home every episode), but he has a lot to say. Bobby speaks with Justin on leaving home at 15, queerness and religion, and how both Queer Eye's have changed the world's perception of gay people.
The incomparable and hilarious Jonathan Van Ness talks with the Homophilia guys about Gay of Thrones, hair-care in quarantine and becoming the first male cheerleader at their high school. It was though to pick just a few minutes from this episode, so take a listen to the entire episode!
Karamo Brown talks with Linda and Drew Scott (of Property Brothers) about finding common ground, becoming a father, and rephrasing the queer experience! The push for a healthy planet is intrinsically laced into racial justice, gender equality and LGBTQ+ rights, and they chat about it all.
Antoni visits the Ask Me Another set to chat about his cookbook, the course of his career, and how he booked the Food and Wine Extraordinaire mentor role on Queer Eye. He also plays a game about corgis and absolutely nails a quiz game about books.
Bobby Berk sits down with Anna to chat about how he became a success without a college degree. From running away from home, to meeting his husband, to buying his first home, Bobby is here to talk about the grittier parts of life.
Jonathan has been an outspoken figure skater/figure skating fan since the start of Queer Eye; on this episode, they talk with Mirai Nagasu, the first American female figure skater to land a triple Axel at the Olympics. Listen to JVN gush over Nagasu over everything technical, artistic, and political.
Antoni sits down with Lindsey and Jill to talk about his culinary background, why he used to say he wasn't a chef, and to discuss his experience with Queer Eye in Kansas City (Season 3).
Bobby Berk joins Scott and Rozzi for a chat about his career path and work ethic over a few drinks! Make sure to check out the second part of Bobby's time on Ugh! You're So Good!
The Culture Guru of the latest incarnation of Queer Eye's Karamo Brown talks about his humble start in The Real World: Philadelphia to joining the current cast, how he handles his role in the Fab 5, and what really happened on the episode when he got pulled over. Also a game of Yay or Nay!