What did ‘Queer Eye’ hosts do in KC? Here’s what Instagram showed

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The five hosts of Netflix’s “Queer Eye” have been documenting some of their adventures in Kansas City on Instagram and Twitter, to the delight of many fans.

Some of the things that have happened while they’ve been here:

Jonathan Van Ness adopted two kittens from KC Pet Project after he lost one of his cats, Bug, who was 13. He also got involved in the midterm elections.

Bobby Berk, who is from Mount Vernon, posted a video of him visiting home.

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Weekend with the family

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Mornings with these boys ️

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Antoni Porowski got to spend time his good friend Beth Barden of Succotash in midtown. He said at a press conference Wednesday that Barden helped a lot with the food component of the book, “Queer Eye: Love Yourself, Love Your Life.” The two have mutual love and passion for music, art and love for dogs, he added.

Tan France got everyone with this post at KCI airport.

It’s hard to tell where Karamo Brown is sometimes, but the aspiring talk show host often posts videos sharing his thoughts on how to live a better life.

And all five visited City Hall on #cityhallselfie day on Aug. 15.