Queer Eye for the Straight Girl may be a reality; Fab Five dealing with Pepsi.

Queer Eye for the Straight Girl may be a reality; Fab Five dealing with Pepsi.
The first spin-off of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy may be Queer Eye for the Straight Girl. “Bravo and parent company NBC are said to be in serious discussions with the show’s producers for a spinoff,” The New York Daily News reports, citing an Ad Age report that’s not online. Additionally, Pepsi joins Pier 1 and Revlon’s Almay as a company seeking to capitalize on the show. The Fab Five are “negotiating a deal with soft-drink giant PepsiCo … encompassing everything from product placement to advertising.” Neither deal is final.
+ also: Queer Eye creator: “Commercials are passé.”

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