"Queer Eye" is back for a 2018 reboot on Netflix this week. But since it features an all new cast, audiences may find themselves pining for the original, Emmy-winning Fab 5: Ted Allen, Carson Kressley, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia and Jai Rodriguez. Here's what they've been up to since the original series ended back in 2007.
Ted Allen was "Queer Eye's" food and wine expert, so it's no surprise that he's the host for the Food Network's popular show "Chopped." He's also a frequent contributor to "The Best Thing I Ever Ate," and has written two cookbooks.
Carson Kressley was "Queer Eye's" fashion expert, and he's continued to work in fashion with his line of clothing for QVC. He's hosted and judged several reality shows, including Lifetime's "How to Look Good Naked" and "RuPaul's Drag Race." He was also a contestant on Season 13 of "Dancing with the Stars."
Kyan Douglas was the grooming expert on the show, and like Kressley and Allen, has continued his career in that vein. He's currently the style expert on "Rachael Ray."
The resident interior design expert on "Queer Eye," Thom Filicia has, for the most part, left TV and founded his own interior design company, Thom Filicia, Inc
. His firm has worked in spaces in New York, the Hamptons, Los Angeles, Miami and Bermuda.
Jai Rodriguez was the culture expert, and since "Queer Eye" has expanded his acting career. In addition to several reality TV appearances, the "RENT" alum has guest starred on shows like "How I Met Your Mother," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Wisdom of the Crowd." He also starred in the TV movie "Sharknado 5: Global Swarming."