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The 'Queer Eye' heroes have all met for a special gathering in Mama Tammy's church hall

The heroes all met up for the special gathering and thanked the Fab Five for their help bringing them together

2018-09-26

The Queer Eye ‘heroes’ have all met for a special reunion.

Each of the ‘heroes’ – dubbed by the show’s hosts Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, Tan France and Antoni Porowski – from both season one and two of the Netflix reboot series got together at Mama Tammy’s church hill during the weekend.

Organised by Skylar Jay – the trans man from the second season – the group gathered for photographs as they all met for the first time after being helped by the Fab Five.

Skylar wrote on Instagram: “Today my family grew, and I’m so thankful for that.

“Bringing these humans together today was an absolute honor. I pride myself on being able to bring people together for a good time, I must admit I was nervous throughout the planning, this is definitely the most diverse group of individuals I have thrown a party for.

“We are all so different and beautiful in our own way. Many of us probably would of never ever even been in the same room with one another prior to @queereye or been willing to have such open important dialogue today, but here we are.

 
 
 
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Today my family grew, and I’m so thankful for that. ❤️🌎❤️ Bringing these humans together today was an absolute honor. I pride myself on being able to bring people together for a good time, I must admit I was nervous throughout the planning, this is definitely the most diverse group of individuals I have thrown a party for. We are all so different and beautiful in our own way. Many of us probably would of never ever even been in the same room with one another prior to @queereye or been willing to have such open important dialogue today, but here we are. A family of different races, ages, religions, genders, and sexual orientations, all under one roof peacefully and respectfully. Just take a minute and soak up the power in that. ✨✨✨ We all enjoyed our first of many gatherings to come and even more hero’s to join in the future for those who couldn’t make it today. Many more pics and videos to share from this wonderful day soon to come. Forever thanks to the #fab5 for giving each of us such an amazing experience to bond over that so few people on this planet have had the privilege of partaking in. @karamobrown @bobbyberk @antoni @tanfrance @jvn . . #queereye #queereyereunion #family #community #squad #queer #transvisibility #heros #trans #transgender #love #communitybuilding #communityorganizer #buildingbridges #eventplanner #netflix #netflixoriginal #greatday #thepowerofcommunity #lgbtq #fab5 #fellowship #frenchtuck #itspartytime #canyoubelieve #thisisamerica

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“A family of different races, ages, religions, genders, and sexual orientations, all under one roof peacefully and respectfully. Just take a minute and soak up the power in that.

“We all enjoyed our first of many gatherings to come and even more hero’s to join in the future for those who couldn’t make it today.

“Many more pics and videos to share from this wonderful day soon to come.

“Forever thanks to the #fab5 for giving each of us such an amazing experience to bond over that so few people on this planet have had the privilege of partaking in.”

The legend that is Mamma Tammy also posted images on her Instagram account and used the hashtag Queer Eye making America great again’ and if we didn’t love her before, we certainly do now!

 The rest of the heroes who were able to make the gathering also posted multiple pictures onto their social media channels all thanking the Fab Five for bringing them all together.

 
 
 
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Had a great time at the @queereye reunion today. @neallovesyou @trans.ginger @dega_do_prez

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New friends. Great day! #queereye

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