Karamo Brown dances with a rainbow flag of Texas as he celebrates Pride Month with his Queer Eye stars
Karamo Brown dances with a rainbow flag of Texas as he celebrates Pride Month with his Queer Eye castmates Antoni Porowski and Bobby Berk
The Fab Five have been to Texas filming season six of their hit series Queer Eye.
And Karamo Brown led his costars in celebrating Pride Month on Tuesday.
The Netflix star, 40, shared a video of him waving a rainbow flag of the state of Texas as he danced with co-stars Antoni Porowski, 37, and Bobby Berk, 39.
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“If it’s a proud month but you’re in a conservative state,” the Houston resident wrote in the fun clip.
The video is set to the song Touche Down 2 Cause Hell and begins with Karamo standing in a stylish room with the flag in his hand.
As the beat of the song descends, he begins to dance happily around and gestures to his fellow players to follow suit.
Bobby leads Antoni as the duo dance around the kitchen to the beat of the catchy song.
Let’s do this! On the track Touche Down 2 Cause Hell, the video starts with Karamo standing in a stylish room with the flag in his hand
Make moves! After Karamo gives birth to his fellow players to join in, Bobby and Antoni start dancing around the kitchen keuken
While Karamo owns a house in Los Angeles, he is actually from the Texas city of Houston.
Now the current culture expert on the hit Netflix series Queer Eye, Karamo was first introduced to the public in 2004 on The Real World: Philadelphia, where he became the first openly gay black man to appear on television.
While his presence was historic for reality TV, it didn’t dawn on Karamo how groundbreaking his appearance was after he finished filming The Real World, when he was told he was the first openly gay black man to appear on reality. TV appeared.
Time for a party! Bobby leads Antoni as the duo dances through the kitchen to the catchy tune
Okay! Karamo waves the rainbow flag while his friends dance to the music
“I thought that happened 40 million years ago,” he said earlier Euphoria magazine. ‘And it shows again why representation is so important, because there are still so many groups that have never been seen on television.’
“I was just comfortable in myself then,” Brown said. “And to this day, just to be honest about who I am and just live my life freely.”
A reboot of the hit Bravo series Queer Eye For The Straight Guy, Queer Eye landed on Netflix in 2018 with a brand new Fab Five that transformed ordinary people from within.
Besides culture expert Karamo, Bobby is the design expert, Antoni the food and wine expert, Tan France the fashion expert and Jonathan Van Ness the grooming expert.
The show has been renewed for a sixth season and has won numerous awards, including a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Structured Reality Program and a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Reality Program.
It’s a hit! A reboot of the hit Bravo series Queer Eye For The Straight Guy, Queer Eye landed on Netflix in 2018 with a brand new Fab Five that transforms ordinary people from within
Critically acclaimed: The show has been renewed for a sixth season and has won numerous awards, including a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Structured Reality Program and a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Reality Program
Back for more! The Netflix sensation Queer Eye has been renewed for a sixth season
Live from Austin! The Fab Five announced they were filming in Texas in April