Hear a New Miranda Lambert Song in the Trailer for 'Queer Eye' Season 6

BY Allie GregoryPublished Dec 28, 2021

In the days before the pandemic, Netflix announced that it would renew its beloved makeover series Queer Eye — starring Karamo BrownAntoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Berk and Tan France — for a sixth season, which would take place in Texas. After nearly two years, the streamer has delivered on its promise of new uplifting content from the Fab 5, and now we've got a trailer to prove it.

Dropping later this week, Season 6 of Queer Eye finds the Fab 5 returning to their old hijinks, as they "head to the Lone Star state with a homebase in Austin, TX," to work their "life-changing magic yet again and transform the lives of deserving Texans."

In addition to meeting some of this season's "heroes," the new trailer also offers up a new southern theme song, "Y'all Means All," written and recorded by Texas native Miranda Lambert for the show.

"If your life is like a tornado, all you need is a smoke and a rainbow," she sings on the track.

As previously reported, the sixth season of Queer Eye will premiere on Netflix on December 31 — just in time to edit your New Year's resolutions with some solid input from advice guru Brown. Lambert's original tune will also be released the same day.

Watch the trailer below.

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