LAWRENCE, KS (KCTV) – The third season of Queer Eye shot in Kansas City is now streaming on Netflix, and for a Lawrence woman turned on the show, it was much more than the typical makeover. 19659002] The food Greek restaurant where Jess Guilbeaux awaits tables became her mid-phase Friday night.
Guilbeaux would describe his pre-Queer Eye self as "stressed, chaotic, confused", but now looks completely different.  "Certainly, violently kween and queen" with a "K" and a "W", "she told KCTV5 News.
Peggy Kritos, who owns Mad Greek with her husband, has noticed the change in Guilbeaux. [1
Among those at the clock party on the Friday evening restaurant was Guilbeaux's biological sister whom she had lost contact with when her adoptive parents were preaching her for 16 years to be a lesbian and two who showcased her.
"After the show, we've been close," said Guilbeaux. "I call her every day she calls me every day."
Netflix- the version of the Queer Eye is a renewal of the makeover show, which includes "Fab Five" that focuses on decor, fashion, food, hair and culture, all while using a lifestyle style designed to create an emotional makeover.
"First of all, what they do is that they put a degree of s River confidence, and then they challenge you to push you outside it, "Guilbeaux said of the experience. "That in itself sticks to you every day."
She says Fab Five is still in contact, and now she surrenders to others the trust they gave her to others who have come out of the whole country, moved by her story.
"They watched me on TV, and they felt like," This is one I can trust, "she explained." And that's the whole reason I did. I just didn't want anyone in my situation to feel alone. "
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