Leno will be on Queer Eye; last week’s ep was Bravo’s highest rated show ever.

Leno will be on Queer Eye; last week’s ep was Bravo’s highest rated show ever.
Tonight Show host Jay Leno will be made over by the Fab Five on a special episode of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. The special will air Aug. 14 on Leno’s home network NBC, which owns Bravo, the regular home of Queer Eye. It airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. ET. AdAge reports that last week’s episode “shot up 62% from the prior week, according to Nielsen Media Research, earning the cable network its highest-ever rating.” Elsewhere, Newsweek profiles the show and its cast, including Carson Kressley, while Entertainment Weekly reveals that the makeovers actually occur over four days–not one as presented on the show.

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Dick Donato

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