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‘Queer Eye’ looks to Kansas City to cast its next season

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The second season of the Netflix reboot “Queer Eye” will set its sights on Kansas City.

Social media is abuzz that the casting directors are seeking prospects within a one-hour radius of Kansas City.

Kansas City Councilman Quinton Lucas tweeted a promotional flier for the second season.

Mayor Sly James also tweeted a picture of a casting call.

“Queer Eye” features five gay men who offer style and lifestyle advice to people who could use a little help on the social scene. Until now, the show’s subjects have been men, but there are indications the show’s horizons are broadening. The flier James tweeted says the show is looking for men, women and couples.

The Netflix series is based on the previous Emmy-winning incarnation that aired on Bravo — “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.”

The new “Fab Five” features food and wine expert Antoni Porowski, fashion expert Tan France, culture expert Karamo Brown, design expert Bobby Berk and grooming expert Jonathan Van Ness.