Queer Eye sold to UK, Scandinavia.

Queer Eye sold to UK, Scandinavia.
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy is headed to the United Kingdom and Scandinavia, including Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. NBC and Bravo “licensed the show’s U.S. episodes as well as the show’s format for local versions,” Reuters reports. Meanwhile, Jay Leno won’t actually appear on the show, although he’ll be made over by the Fab Five during a segment of The Tonight Show Aug. 14 and 15. Earlier that evening, NBC will air the full, hour-long version of the episode featuring John.
+ also: Carson: “we’re not going to make them over and totally change them and give them things that don’t really apply to their lives.”

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