HELLO! It looks like the Queer Eye saints are doing a Big Mouth crossover because no one – no one – froths a crossover more than Netflix.

Fresh off their y’uge Emmy wins, three of the Fabulous 5 took to Instagram to share some drawings of themselves… in a style very familiar to Big Mouth fans. Just going to say it: If there’s no Coach Steve makeover, we riot.

“I’ve never looked better,” Tan France captioned the piccie, and though he didn’t explicitly mention Big Mouth in the post fans are 10/10 convinced the crossover is happening.

Also, “BM311″… wonder what that stands for!

This is so accurate.

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I’ve never looked better. ????

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Antoni Porowski also copped his own cartoon Mini Me and again, oddly accurate.

“When the cartoonist joked that I have a big head I thought they were kidding,” the food and wine expert Insta’d.

Now look how cute design god Bobby Berk looks.

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???? #queereye

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Meanwhile on Twitter…

It’s so happening.

Tan, Antoni, Bobby, Jonathan Van Ness, and Karamo Brown just won four (4!!!!) Creative Arts Emmys at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards over the weekend, including the Outstanding Structured Reality Program gong for the second year in a row.

The angels are currently gearing up for the release of their Japan special on Netflix. Queer Eye: We’re In Japan will follow the Fab 5 as they bring their message of self-care and compassion to four Japanese men and women, all while exploring the country’s culture and cuisine. American-Japanese model Kiko Mizuhara will act as their guide and comedian and actor Naomi Watanabe will make a special guest appearance.

Queer Eye: We’re in Japan premieres November 1.


Big Mouth was recently renewed for three more seasons at the streaming giant, bringing its grand horny total to six. Season 3 will premiere October 4 which isn’t too far away at all.


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