We鈥檙e almost as emotional over the news that Queer Eye is coming back for a second season as we were over every heartwarming transformation on season 1 of the reboot. Netflix hasn鈥檛 revealed when the new episodes will drop online, but Bobby Berk shared a little about what fans can expect when they do.

The show鈥檚 first season left audiences completely charmed by the new Fab Five 鈥 food and wine connoisseur Antoni Porowski, culture connoisseur Karamo Brown, grooming guru Jonathan Van Ness, fashion expert Tan France, and interior designer Bobby Berk. It鈥檚 set to return for another eight episodes 鈥渟oon鈥 鈥 and according to Berk, those episodes have already been filmed. Speaking to Variety, he revealed, 鈥淸The new episodes were] actually shot right at the tail of the first season, so they鈥檝e already been shot and they鈥檙e ready to go.鈥

He also dished about how the second season hopes to improve on the first. 鈥淥ne of the things I鈥檓 most excited about for the new season is the continuation of diversity, even more so than the last season,鈥 he said. 鈥淲ithout giving anything away, with our heroes, you鈥檙e going to be seeing a lot more different people than you did the first time. A lot of people have been asking, 鈥榃hy are you just working with straight guys?鈥 Or we did have one gay guy. And I鈥檓 like, 鈥楽tay tuned for season 2. You鈥檒l see a lot more diversity.'鈥

Berk also addressed how the show celebrates people鈥檚 differences while also highlighting what we have in common and bringing people together. 鈥淭here is so much negativity in the world right now, and there鈥檚 so many people not having conversations because there鈥檚 so many people divided between the right and the left,鈥 he told Variety. 鈥淣obody is willing to listen to the other side. For us, it was really important to show and to set the example that the only way things are going to change is when two sides sit down and listen to each other.鈥

As for the actual makeovers, he said they take 鈥渨ay less time than you鈥檇 actually think鈥 鈥 even less than a full work week. 鈥淲e meet the guys on a Tuesday, and that鈥檚 the morning where you see us in the truck going to meet them,鈥 he explained. 鈥淚 usually get the house by about 4 in the afternoon on a Tuesday, and I have to get it back by 9 or 10am on Friday. So really quick.鈥

What kind of changes would you like to see in the second season of Queer Eye? Let us know @BritandCo!

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