Queer Eye Season 7 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

Who's ready to party like it's Mardi Gras? Netflix just revealed new information about the highly anticipated "Queer Eye" Season 7 — and we simply cannot wait.

Back in 2018, Netflix rebooted the ultra-popular "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" series after it initially aired between 2003 and 2007, according to IMDb. Taking after the original, the reboot follows the same premise where a group of five gay men work to recreate the lives of those looking for a makeover. Since the reboot's premiere in 2018, "Queer Eye" has been a hit on Netflix, becoming one of the longest series made by the platform, on the platform, per Insider.

Yet, each episode of "Queer Eye" brings not only life-changing moments for those the "Fab Five" are making over, but the show also works to teach love and acceptance to those different than them. Diverging from the original, instead of just finding those in need of a makeover within the Big Apple, Netflix's reboot travels around the nation teaching their clients and the audience about acceptance, vulnerability and love from Georgia to Missouri to Illinois. And with the sixth season of the show hitting Netflix right before the New Year, fans are not only done binging the new season, but they are already dying to know what is up the Fab Five's sleeves for Season 7. Luckily for fans, we have all the information you need to know.

Where will Season 7 of Queer Eye take place?

Break out the beads, the crawfish, and the purple, yellow, and green because "Queer Eye" is headed to New Orleans for Season 7!

Announcing the news in June, Netflix gave fans just what they wanted — a sneak peek of the new season and the fun that's to come. "The Fab 5 just arrived in The Big Easy and are already dripping in Mardi Gras beads," the show wrote in its Instagram announcement. "We're so excited to join the party in this amazing city. Get ready for new adventures and more tears real soon."

Following the announcement, each member of the "Queer Eye" cast posted an individual photo from the promotional shoot the cast took while in New Orleans. "Reunited with my favorite phone stealers I mean fashion, design, culture and food experts," grooming professional Jonathan Van Ness wrote. "So excited to meet new heroes, explore New Orleans, and create new memories with our "Queer Eye" crew," he continued. Adding to that, Antoni Porowski, the expert on food and wine, captioned his photo, saying, "Excited for all the beignets I mean all the wonderful heroes this season on 'Queer Eye.'" And it seems the stars are hinting that the season will likely arrive sooner rather than later because, based on their social media activity, the Fab Five has already arrived in New Orleans, proving that Season 7 is only that much closer.

Who will star in Season 7 of Queer Eye?

No need to get your beads in a tangle because, have no fear, the traditional Fab Five will return for "Queer Eye" Season 7.

According to E! News, coming into this season, each member will continue to offer their expertise, with Jonathan Van Ness as the grooming expert, Bobby Berk as the design expert, Antoni Porowski as the expert on food and wine, Tan France as the fashion expert, and Kamaro Brown as the culture expert.

Yet, while fans are more than ready to see the Fab Five take on their roles once again, fans are also ready to learn who the group will be making over. However, fans will be happy to know that "Queer Eye" Season 7 is still looking to add heroes to its next season. As part of the Season 7 announcement, a message popped up requesting fans nominate or apply to be one of the lucky heroes this season. And it didn't take long for fans to not only fan girl over the upcoming season, but also the possibility of being on the show. "My wedding is coming up and my parents could really benefit from the amazing help you fabulous people bring to the world," one fan wrote. Another added a comment to her friend, hoping for positive news: "I wonder, did they pick us!" they wrote excitedly. But, with no premiere date set yet, it seems fans will just have to hold onto their beads and wait and see.