Watch the ‘Queer Eye’ season 3 trailer featuring new music from Carly Rae Jepsen


Listen to ‘Now That I Found You’

Queer Eye season three is officially on its way, after a trailer for the Netflix show was unveiled featuring a brand new song from Carly Rae Jepsen.

The hit show was renewed for a third season by Netflix last year. The new series will be eight episodes long and will be based in Kansas City, Missouri. The first two seasons saw the group of gurus based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Sharing the trailer on Twitter, the caption read: “WE’RE BAAACK HENNYS! Get ready to L<3VE YOURSELF! Queer Eye 3 launches March 15. HUGE thanks to @carlyraejepsen for this exclusive preview of her *NEW BOP*, “Now That I Found You.”

Watch it below.

‘Now That I Found You’ follows Jepsen’s euphoric break-up banger ‘Party For One’, released back in November.

Responding to the new trailer, Jepsen wrote: “Obsessed with you guys @QueerEye @jvn @bobbyberk @antoni @karamo @tanfrance! Congrats on the new season and thanks for including #NowThatIFoundYou”

Queer Eye picked up a whopping four Emmy nominations for its first season. Season 2, which was released in June 2018, unfortunately missed the cut-off but will be eligible next year.

Read more: Antoni Porowski: Queer Eye’s food expert on dealing with trolls, season 2 and the weirdest thing he’s ever found in a fridge

Last month, the fab five headed to Japan to film a four-episode special. The stars of the hit Netflix show visited Tokyo for Queer Eye: We’re In Japan, as they “forged relationships with four Japanese men and women from different backgrounds and cultures.”

According to the streaming platform, “the Fab Five will work with local tastemakers to make-better a new group of heroes, while they learn and experience Japanese cuisine, fashion, design, grooming and culture firsthand in a four-episode special.” The episodes will air separately from the main series.



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