Antoni's crying and so are we.
Samuel Leighton-Dore

9 Jun 2018 - 11:37 AM  UPDATED 9 Jun 2018 - 11:37 AM

With the 'fab five' spending the majority of their week gallivanting around rural New South Wales, most notably the town of Yass, it's safe to say that Australian viewers are well and truly ready for the new season of Queer Eye, which hits Netflix on June 15th (next week!).

Luckily, the new trailer for season two promises more of the inspirational characters, heartwarming make-overs and happy tears that made the first season such a runaway success.

Of note are the show's first ever make-overs featuring a woman and a trans man, each of which had fans preemptively reaching for the Kleenex.

Despite initial reservations, the Netflix reboot of Queer Eye has been a raging success, celebrated for a more inclusive approach to the show's original format.

β€œWe spoke to something that was important and current. And it caught hold,” series creator David Collins said in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Tan France opens up about racism and his motivation for joining 'Queer Eye'
Tan France has spoken out about his experiences with racism, sharing that one of the 'Queer Eye' participants asked whether he was a "terrorist".

β€œI don’t know if I thought it was going to happen again the same way, but I felt like we had really cast an amazing team.”

You can watch the full trailer below: