Betty Who Brings the Color to New ‘Queer Eye’ Theme Song Remix
Pride 2018 may have just found its new anthem, thanks to pop wizard Betty Who.
The "Taste" singer, an enduring proponent of the LGBTQ community, released a brand new remix of the Queer Eye theme song ahead of the Netflix reboot's second season, and somehow added additional color to the Fab 5's blindingly vibrant rainbow.
"It's true, you bring out the best in me when you are around / Things keep getting better, things keep getting better," Betty croons in the video above as the Fab 5 — Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness — dance and twirl around set in various states of dress (or, in the crop top-clad Porowski's case, undress).
"So happy to FINALLY share this. Thank you to @QueerEye for letting me be the 6th member of the
#Fab5," Betty tweeted after the video's release. And fans immediately gave it their stamps of approval.
"i dont even watch this but im about to bc this is amazing wow ilysm babe," one wrote on Twitter, while another noted "Two of my favorite things together and honestly I don’t have the emotional capacity to process this."
Berk told Variety that Queer Eye Season 2 will expand on the range of its subjects and their backgrounds.
"One of the things I’m most excited about for the new season is the continuation of diversity, even more so than the last season," he said. "Without giving anything away, with our heroes, you’re going to be seeing a lot more different people than you did the first time. A lot of people have been asking,'Why are you just working with straight guys?' Or we did have one gay guy. And I’m like, 'Stay tuned for Season 2.' You’ll see a lot more diversity.”
The original "All Things" was written by the Canadian dance music duo Ian J. Nieman and Rachid Wehbi, a.k.a. Wildlife.
Queer Eye returns to Netflix for Season 2 on June 15.
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