Thats the stylish scoop from grooming guru Kyan Douglas, who says his experience on the show has helped change his outlook on life, especially when it comes to straight guys.
Douglas explains, The show has taught me how to be more comfortable with straight men. Before the show I was totally scared of straight guys, but now I understand them better.
Queer Eye foodie Ted Allen adds, Its such a flip to think of gay guys being the ones scared of straight guys, but its true. Straight guys can be intimidating, but the show has helped us look at everyone including ourselves as equals.
And for confidence coach Jai Rodriguez, whos not afraid of straight guys at all, his personal makeover can be attributed to his fellow Fab Five friends.
Rodriguez explains, Weve all learned things from each other that have helped us become better people.
The final season of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy premieres tomorrow (Oct. 2) on Bravo.
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