In the last four months, the resurgence of Queer Eye has become an almost indescribable global phenomenon. With the introduction of the new Fab Five, eight episodes of makeovers and some truly memorable social media moments, the Netflix show and its stars have become a cultural sensation.
Ahead of the premiere of the show’s second season on June 15, the guys of Queer Eye debuted a new music video remix of the show’s theme song, “All Things (Just Keep Getting Better),” featuring pop songstress and LGBTQ advocate Betty Who singing. The video debuted Thursday night (May 31) at Netflix’s Queer Eye panel during one of their “FYSee” showcase events.
The video shows each of the Fab Five in their own element, whether it’s grooming expert Jonathan Van Ness strutting around the neon stage blow-drying his hair, culture expert Karamo Brown lying among a pile of tissue boxes, or food and thirst-trapping expert Antoni Porowski sashaying down a runway in a crop top while cradling his favorite food: avocados.
After strutting their stuff, the Fab Five and Who gather outside a bedazzled truck, only for the boys to climb inside and, a la the film Grease, fly off into the sunset while waving back at a somewhat disappointed looking Betty, who walks off-screen shrugging.
The show’s theme song, “All Things (Just Keep Getting Better),” is a remix of the original Queer Eye theme by Widelife. Composer Joshua Marquez remixed the track, featuring the vocals of singer Elizabeth Pha. Here’s hoping that Betty Who releases her full rendition of the Fab Five’s favorite tune.
Queer Eye returns to Netflix on June 15. Watch the full music video featuring Betty Who and the Fab Five below: