Queer Eye season 5 drops today and it's set to provide some much needed feel-good relief.
A year after the last series, the adored reality show - based on Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy - is back for another round on Netflix.
This time, The Fab Five are heading to Philadelphia to offer a helping hand to another set of people in need of a major life overhauls.
In the series - which is 10 episodes long as opposed to the usual eight - life coaches Bobby Berk (interiors), Tan France (fashion), Antoni Porowski (food), and Jonathan Van Ness (grooming) and Karamo Brown (culture) meet a clergyman struggling with his identity as a gay man.
"I have struggled with my identity as a gay person," he explains in a trailer for the series. "I feel like I can't be the kind of leader in the church that I could be."
The team not only fix up his style and grooming, but enlist the help of LGTBQ+ activists to help the priest come to terms with his identity.
Elsewhere, they'll meet a mum who is balancing her career as a doctor and another woman who is self conscious about her height.
A trailer for the series released last month shows the boys up to their usual tricks - with plenty of tear-jerking and LOLs moments to look forward to.
Teasing the much awaited season on social media, the Fab 5 wrote on Instagram: "SEASON 5 x FAB 5 = 10 New Episodes. Our biggest season yet!
"Get ready to paint the town red, white, and QUEER. Our all new season in Philly, premieres June 5."
Queer Eye season 5 is available to watch on Netflix from Friday 5th June.
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