Eye Candy of the Week: ‘Queer Eye’ Star Jonathan Van Ness!

We have absolutely fallen in love with one of the breakout stars of Netflix's revival of Queer Eye: Jonathan Van Ness!

The grooming expert and host of the hilarious Gay of Thrones gave us major, MAJOR life over the eight episode run of Queer Eye, which has received a ton of fantastic feedback from critics and fans alike.

His out of this world personality blends really well with the other "fab" four (Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, Tan France, Antoni Poroswki), as he helped groomed each heterosexual assignment (and one gay) with finesse and fierceness.

What's even better about him, is that there he (just like the others) took a vested interest in each guy they were making over that went beyond the spectrum of their duties for the episode.  Plus, I've met him in person and he's just as amazing if not better if I may so myself.

So congratulations to our buddy Jonathan Van Ness on being this week's major eye candy!


6 thoughts on “Eye Candy of the Week: ‘Queer Eye’ Star Jonathan Van Ness!”

  1. How could a man who looks

    How could a man who looks like he hasn't bathed, shaved, or cut his hair in months be seen as a grooming expert?

  2. It appears he would be cute

    It appears he would be cute underneath that horrible hairstyle… I mean, seriously, with a hair length that went out in the 70's, we are suppose to believe he is a "leader" in grooming? Please. 

  3. Yuck, just yuck. He has to be

    Yuck, just yuck. He has to be one of the most obnoxious people on television and, quite frankly, feeds in to the worst kind of stereotype of gay men – feminine, shallow and just humiliatingly silly. 

    • Wow.  I definitely did not

      Wow.  I definitely did not find him to be those things (well, maybe feminine, but since I don't have internalized homophobia or sexism, that doesn't bother me).  I think he is funny and genuinely cared about each of the straight men they worked with.  I think it's sad when gay men express disgust at other gay men because they don't demonstrate enough "masculinity" in our behavior.  It's odd that we've had to fight to be accepted and yet some of us can't even accept each other. 


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