The Blessed ‘Queer Eye’ Boys Just Took Home Their First-Ever Emmy Award

At long, long last, Queer Eye has its first Emmy Award. Hell yes. Hell. Yes.

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Netflix‘s blessed revival of the much-loved series, which has taken on new life unto itself and blossomed into something truly special indeed, scored big on the second night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, picking up the gong for Outstanding Structured Reality Program a short time ago, with third-best cast member Tan France showing off the show’s new mantle feature on Instagram.

The show beat out a swathe of respectable rivals in the category which included Antiques RoadshowFixer UpperShark TankWho Do You Think You Are?and Lip Sync Battle.

Queer Eye‘s current executive producer David Collins accepted the award for the larger cast and crew, thanking them on-stage by stating “This show is so important, thank you for what this fab five are doing to help the LGBT movement.

Remarkably enough, this completes a 14-year gap between drinks for the various incarnations of the series, with the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy picking up the Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program back in 2004.

And just in case you were wondering whether or not the Fab 5 brought it as far as their Emmy looks are concerned, rest assured: It was brought.

JVN my ever-loving god. Unbelievable. Un. Bee. Lee. Vah. Bull.

Also Karamo out there quietly looking like he runs a Haberdashery on Canto Bight.

Looking good, lads. Looking good as hell.