Jonathan Van Ness has high hopes for his Queer Eye co-star Karamo Brown as he competes on season 28 of Dancing with the Stars. Jonathan thinks his co-star, Karamo, has a real shot at winning the show.
Queer Eye, which was a reboot of the 2003 show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, has been going strong for the last five seasons on Netflix. The Fab Five consists of food and wine specialist Antoni Porowski, interior designer Bobby Berk, grooming consultant Jonathan Van Ness, fashion designer Tan France and culture expert Karamo Brown. The show follows the Fab Five as they give out lifestyle advice to people from all over the country, hearing heartwarming stories along the way. Karamo is not only a culture expert, activist, and former The Real World: Philadelphia contestant, but is also an amazing dancer - according to Jonathan.
38-year-old Karamo, who is a busy father of two sons, is taking on the celebrity dance competition show for its 28th season. The Queer Eye star will be up against country music singer Lauren Alaina, supermodel Christie Brinkley, former Bachelorette Hannah Brown, and two time NBA champion Lamar Odom, to name a few. Even with such talented competition, Queen Eye's grooming consultant, Jonathan, thinks his co-star, Karamo, has hidden dance talent that will bring him all the way to the finale. He told People on the red-carpet of the MTV's Video Music Awards that he thinks Karamo should be crowned "mayor of Rhythm Town" because of how good his dance moves are.
Jonathan revealed that Karamo is a great dancer, saying, "I know that Karamo can dance, honey." His co-star then mentioned that he thinks Karamo is "gonna bring it." The Queer Eye co-host said that fans should check out his dancing on his Lip Sync Battle episode. However, as Jonathan is obviously one of his co-stars biggest fans, he mentioned that being able to watch Dancing with the Stars will be tough due to his hectic schedule.
Karamo has shown his moves to the Queer Eye fans, and now it's time to show off what he can do in front of all the Dancing with the Stars fans. If Jonathan is correct and he brings his A-Game, the other contestants should feel a little worried about competing against Karamo. Fans can expect to see more of Karamo, Jonathan, and the remaining Fab Five back on Netflix, since season 5 is slated for a 2020 release date. Until then, viewers can watch Karamo dance his way to the finale.
Dancing with the Stars premieres Monday, September 16th at 8 PM on ABC.