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Wes and the Fab Five | Day 1

By: Val Ceravich

Queer Eye
The Fab Five from Queer Eye seated around Wes in his wheelchair in Wes's living room.

DBNR founder, Wesley Hamilton, is still living his ultimate inspirational truth thanks to his time with the Fab Five. When Netflix rebooted Queer Eye, they defined a new direction and mission for the show. The show carefully selects unsung heroes to undergo much deserved “make-betters” instead of makeovers. The heroes’ stories are refreshingly positive and heartwarming—Wesley’s included. And maybe binging Season 4 of Queer Eye gives us happy reasons to cry. JK, we held it together. (Mostly.) If you haven’t watched yet, Wesley is the hero of episode 2 on season 4.

We know you’re eager to get know the behind-the-scenes details. Find more inspiration here with the beginnings of Wesley’s truth-seeking journey with the Queer Eye guys.

Catch up on the other articles about Wes and his time on Queer Eye!

The Fab Five from Queer Eye seated around Wes in his wheelchair in Wes's living room.
First meetings with the Fab Five. Participating with Queer Eye was an exciting experience.

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