The women of America will soon have their chance to be criticized, stylized and lionized by a team of fashionable gay men.
Cable television network Bravo Wednesday said it will create a women’s version of its smash hit series “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” in which a team of five gay men, the “Fab Five,” show a heterosexual man how to dress, dine and design.
A Bravo spokesman said many of the details for “Queer Eye for the Straight Girl” were yet to be worked out, including how many men would star on the show and whether or not the format would be exactly the same as “Straight Guy.”
The new series, which will be set in Los Angeles, is expected to debut next year.
“Queer Eye” has consistently set new ratings records for Bravo, propelling it into the upper echelons of cable networks. Bravo parent company is television network NBC.
The “Queer Eye” team, with expertise in food, fashion, grooming, interior design and culture, have become stars in their own right, with book deals and advertising campaigns. NBC has used the show and the “Fab Five” on their own programs on a number of occasions.