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The 'Queer Eye' and Lego collab we didn't know we needed

The Fab Five — along with a fan-favorite makeover recipient — are the stars of a new Lego set, scheduled to debut Oct. 1.
Image: Lego's "Queer Eye" 974-piece set launches on Oct. 1.
 Lego's "Queer Eye" 974-piece set launches Oct. 1.Lego

"Queer Eye" stars are now entering the Lego world.

The toy company on Tuesday announced its new collaboration with the hit Netflix series. Fans of the show can join the Fab Five with their original Atlanta loft set design. The 974-piece set, launching Oct. 1 and priced at $99.99, includes mini-figure versions of Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, Antoni Porowski and the show's lovable dog, Bruley.

"The LEGO world never looked so bright!" the company wrote in a tweet, which included a video announcement of the Lego set.

As an ode to Kathi Dooley, who was given a makeover in one of the show's most memorable episodes, fans will be also given two miniature figures of her — a before and after — to remake the iconic transformation.

In building the set, buyers will be treated to tributes of each of the Fab Five's original talents, such as a kitchen island for Porowski, a clothing rack for France, Van Ness’ swivel salon chair and Brown’s couch and scrapbook. The set's description said the space was "Bobby-approved," as he helped design the Lego interior.

Image: Jonathan’s swivel salon chair.
Jonathan Van Ness’ swivel salon chair.Lego

Porowski, who specializes in food and wine on the reality series, shared on Instagram his reaction to the news.

"My very favorite toys growing up were my countless LEGO sets and so my mind is freakin’ blown that the LEGO Queer Eye – The Fab Five Loft set is coming soon," he posted.

"Oh and yes, there’s a LEGO [avocado], too," he wrote, including the avocado emoji.

Image: Antoni's kitchen island.
Antoni Porowski's kitchen island.Lego

Brown, the show's culture expert, also shared his excitement on social media.

"Hey Mom, I’m a LEGO! Go little LEGO Karamo, go!" he posted.

Lego made history earlier this year by kicking off Pride Month with a rainbow set, called "Everyone Is Awesome," that celebrates the diversity of its fans. It was the first time in the company's 72-year history that it released an official LGBTQ Pride set.

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