Trust the Queer Eye guys to start the weekend with a bang.
The Fab Five have produced plenty of joy over their two Netflix seasons so far, and a week after dropping the second run they've given us another treat.
Yep, they've dropped a whole new episode for free on YouTube in which they visit the appropriately-named town of Yass in Australia. Well, they did find Gay, Georgia, after all!
The subject of this episode, which runs at a shorter length of 20 minutes, is farmer and single father, George, who was nominated by son Levi.
And the Fab Five work their magic on him, as well as a local pub, bringing all sorts of fabulousness to Yass. Can you believe?!
The latest season of the Netflix show has tackled all manner of subjects over its eight episodes, including featuring the series' first transgender makeover.
However, interior design guru Bobby Berk has revealed to Digital Spy that he initially refused to film the season opener, where they made-over Tammye and the local community centre, as it involved working with the church.
"My entire life was religion growing up," he said. "I carried my Bible to school every day, I was in prayer meeting at 5am before school, and church every single evening... and then when I came out, everybody in my life that said they loved me unconditionally turned around and say, 'Never mind!'
"To be around those type of people again... it was very hard. But filming this episode definitely allowed me to remember that there are still some good people in the church."
Queer Eye season 2 is out now on Netflix.
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