It Was A Fab Night For The ‘Fab 5’ At The 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Awards

Fourteen years after Queer Eye for the Straight Guy won the Emmy Award for "Outstanding Reality Program," the new reboot of Queer Eye has snatched up a few more Emmys for making things better.

The cast and crew of the 'make better' show celebrated the big win at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards last night as the series won the Emmy for "Outstanding Structured Reality Program."

The reality series from Netflix beat out veteran shows Fixer Upper, Shark Tank, Antiques Roadshow, Who Do You Think You Are? and Lip Sync Battle.

Accepting the high honor, creator and executive producer David Collins told the audience, “This show is so important, thank you for what this fab five are doing to help the LGBT movement.”

The makeover series also nabbed two more statues for "Outstanding Picture Editing for a Structured or Competition Reality Program" and for "Best Casting for a Structured Reality Program."

Congrats to the 'Fab Five' and everyone connected to the show!






With tears in my eyes, I present to you OUR FIRST EMMY! So proud of my boys and the ENTIRE production!!

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We Won! #emmys2018

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(h/t Deadline)


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