The 'Queer Eye' Guys Actually Visited A Town Called 'Yass'
6 June 2018, 15:22 | Updated: 26 June 2018, 09:56
If you're not exactly caught up on your Australian geography, we'll forgive you for not knowing about the existence of a town called Yass. Located in New South Wales, Yass has a population of around 6,500 residents and it's also the very aptly-named location of a recent Queer Eye field trip.
The Fab 5 were spotted filming in the town of Yass and we're LOSING IT at how perfectly the name fits the Queer Eye mission statement.
If the goal was to keep their visit under wraps, the trail of Yass-centred clues blew the lid off the whole thing. There was even a billboard thanking the Fab 5 for visiting Yass.
According to local reports, the boys were filming content for the show, including a makeover of The Yass Clubhouse Hotel in New South Wales.
The footage filmed in Yass appears to be for a third season of Queer Eye which is THE strongest indication that Netflix have renewed the feel good fave for even MORE episodes. Who knows, at the rate we're going we get to see Yass content before the year is out.
Jonathan Van Ness also posted a snap of himself and the boys with a police officer in Canberra, Australia. Could this mean that more than one Australia episode is in the works? We're ready.
What an iconic location choice for The Fab 5. We cannot WAIT to see which of Yass' 6,500 residents is going to make us cry on Queer Eye.