Tan France thinks the brand new season of ‘Queer Eye’ was the “hardest” one to movie.
The 39-year-old designer has starred on the hit actuality sequence since 2018 – however he discovered capturing in New Orleans to be a very difficult expertise.
Tan mentioned: “I’ve by no means mentioned this in an interview, legitimately. However New Orleans was the toughest place we ever shot.”
Tan seems alongside Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown and Bobby Berk on the hit TV present. However he discovered himself feeling rather more emotional than ever earlier than throughout the brand new sequence.
He informed E! Information: “I cried extra this season than I’ve ever cried on ‘Queer Eye’ ever. I’ve solely ever cried twice on ‘Queer Eye’ within the full seven seasons – the six seasons, after which the mini season in Japan. However I cried most episodes with this.”
Tan defined that his emotion was triggered by the lingering affect of Hurricane Katrina, which hit town in 2005.
Tan – who was born and raised within the UK – mentioned: “I did not dwell in America when Katrina occurred.
“Seeing the devastation, seeing what it did to households, seeing how a lot poverty it created, that is what acquired me. A few of our heroes have simply by no means been in a position to get better. And in order that’s why the transformations have been so particular, as a result of it is as if a lot of them have stood nonetheless in time.”
Tan additionally revealed that he and his co-stars have been pressured to turn out to be extra artistic through the years.
He defined: “We have been all speaking about it – how laborious that was the primary couple of episodes – after which we realised it is really pushing us to work more durable and take a look at one thing new that is gonna shock ’em, or say one thing that they would not anticipate to say, or share some details about one thing we have by no means shared earlier than.”