Jeremiah Brent joins Queer Eye’s Fab Five, replaces Bobby Berk

The Fab Five is once again complete as interior designer Jeremiah Brent is slated to join Season 9 of “Queer Eye” alongside hosts Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, and Tan France. Production for the new season is scheduled to kick off in Las Vegas this spring.

Premiering in 2018, “Queer Eye,” a reboot of the original 2003 series, has garnered immense popularity on Netflix, securing 11 Emmy awards and setting a record with six consecutive wins in the structured category. The series, produced by Scout Productions and ITV Entertainment, has enjoyed widespread success since its revival.

Bobby Berk, the former interior design expert for the first eight seasons, announced his departure in November, paving the way for Jeremiah Brent to bring his design expertise to the forefront. Brent, known for founding Jeremiah Brent Design (JBD) and lifestyle brand Atrio, gained recognition during his time as Rachel Zoe’s styling associate on “The Rachel Zoe Project.” His marriage to fellow interior designer Nate Berkus has resulted in numerous collaborations, including an exclusive line with Living Spaces and co-hosting roles on various design-focused shows.

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With a background that includes hosting the Emmy-winning “Home Made Simple” for the Oprah Winfrey Network and presenting Netflix’s “Say I Do,” a wedding-themed spin on “Queer Eye,” Brent brings a wealth of experience to the Fab Five. Recently, he added author to his repertoire with the release of his first book, “The Space That Keeps You: When Home Becomes a Love Story,” a design book that delves into the emotional aspects that give spaces meaning.

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