Of course, Queer Eye has been renewed for a fabulous third season. However, this time the boys are headed to Kansas City, Missouri to spread the holy word of the avocados, French tuck, moisturising, self-love, and the power of Bobby and his entire construction team.

Netflix’s @seewhatsnext account announced the news earlier today in a tweet complete with a Fab 5 voice over from the iconic episode where Jonathan takes the wheel on their way to the ginormous Camp family.

If you’ve been far too distracted by how perfect Karamo’s face is, the series usually takes place in cities across Georgia where the Fab 5 HQ is.

The news comes just as Jonathan, Bobby, Antoni, Tan, and Karamo celebrate their four Emmy nominations for the series. One for the category of Structured Reality TV Program, another for Casting, another for Picture Editing, and one more for Cinematography. Meanwhile, Jonathan is also celebrating a much deserved Emmy nomination for his webseries, Gay of Thrones. The Funny or Die series recaps the cult show in an extremely Jonathan way.

Production on season three is set to kick off real soon in Kansas City, July 16. As always, there’ll also be eight more beautiful episodes to obsess and cry over which is absolutely wonderful but unfortunately,  we won’t cop season three until 2019… so it’s time to start rewatching season one and two until then.

But, with production beginning so soon this means Jonathan’s fancy AF stache will be in the series. Here’s hoping, anyway.

To celebrate the news Jonathan posted one heck of a picture:

See you soon season 3 offish @queereye #queereye #yosgawd

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DAMN.

While absolute besties Tan and Antoni posted this beauty:

Is it 2019, yet?

If you haven’t seen it already, Queer Eye and amateur but oh-so-adorable cooking show Nailed It had a cross-over episode. The Fab 5, minus food extraordinaire Antoni, took part in the tough challenge of recreating cupcake versions of themselves complete with a little fondant model.

It was tough… very tough but also such pure content for the soul.

You can watch (or rewatch) that baby, below:

A slightly longer version is up on Netflix under Nailed It. 

Queer Eye S2 is now streaming on Netflix.

Image: Getty Images / Tibrina Hobson