Celebrity Page TV sat down with the fashion guru you know and love for a one on one.
When asked what to expect from the sixth season of Queer Eye, France said:
“Having to not see each other for over a year, that's the longest I've gone without seeing those idiots. This season, I think every episode except one I cried, which is big for me. The stories are a lot bigger. Normally we're focusing on a person and their family. This one we focus so much more on community."
Not only is France a host, television personality, and actor, but he is also an activist. He has used his platform to create social media accounts like Shaded which speaks out against colorist, racism, and islamophobia. During Queer Eye season six, France encountered a woman living with eczema who inspired a new program called The Now Me:
"This is what The Now Me program is all about: Showing people that they should feel confident with their skin. And for me this was the easiest partnership I've done in a very long time."
The Now Me program raises awareness for moderate to severe eczema by showcasing individuals who struggle with the disease.
As if he didn't have enough on his plate, on top of it all France and his fiancé just welcomed their first child!
"I do love family, I love family so much. I love big families... I'm hoping that we won't just have one we want at least three, preferably four or five, so we're excited to get going."
That was France discussing what the future holds for his new family. Catch Tan France in Queer Eye season six, streaming on Netflix soon.