"Once I got [Queer Eye], I was really excited that we got to expand, we got to do different things. I do feel like we got to evolve that format in a way that has been really true to the five of us. And not that we can speak for a generation by any means—because we can't—but I do feel like we were able to infuse ourselves into this pre-established format and I think that that has been really special to see."
"I do feel sometimes when people are like, ‘What's it like becoming famous?’ I'm like, ‘It's like walking around in a constant state of shock.’ Not to sound like Kim Kardashian, but it is so much work. I didn't realise how much extra work, how much extra pressure… all this scrutiny and then having people’s livelihoods and needs and expectations resting [on you]. "