Is it cold in here? Because the shade is strong.
Queer Eye's Karamo just got real about why he wasn't at costar Antoni Porowski's bachelor party. The show's chef extraordinaire got engaged to boyfriend Kevin Harrington last November, and he recently enjoyed a glamping-inspired celebration with a small group of friends, including fellow costar Tan France.
As it turns out, Bobby Berk, also of the Netflix show, had been Andy's guest only the day before, had told the Watch What Happens Live host that he hasn't been able to make it to the trip. However, Karamo was quick to set the record straight about which members of the Fab Five snagged an invite.
But before fears that this may lead to some Queer Eye tension, Karamo clarified there were no hard feelings.
"This is the thing," he continued. "When it comes to events like that, like family things, weddings, it costs money, so I don't take offense to it."
And if the roles were reversed, Antoni likely wouldn't find himself on the guest list for Karamo's party for one specific reason.
"I drink, I'm doing a shroom, having a good time. And he's not, he's sober," he explained, before throwing in one final, "No shade."
E! News has reached out to Antoni's reps for comment but has yet to hear back.
And while not all members of the Fab Five were at Antoni's bash, the short guest list did include Gigi Hadid. Indeed, per pictures Antoni shared from the trip, the model was present for some pool time, getting cozy around the fireplace and enjoying time spent in the outdoors at Tennessee's Blackberry Mountain—a trip made complete with matching personalized sweaters.
Antoni captioned his Sept. 10 post, which included an image of a green cardigan with "Blackberry Mountain 2023" embroidered on the bottom, "Stag in the bag."
Though the couple began dating in 2019, the 39-year-old and his now fiancé's relationship really got cooking during the early days of the pandemic in 2020, after they moved in together and adopted a dog on location for Queer Eye's season 5 in Texas.
"It came to a shutdown in New York—there was no toilet paper—and we decided to stay in Austin and fostered a dog." Antoni told People in May. "We went from being in a relationship and each having our own apartments and not having a dog, to living in the same place with a dog."
He added, "It escalated quickly. But I don't have any complaints, which is kind of nice. When something is stable and really good—and you communicate a lot, and you check in with each other and with your own therapist about it—I feel like that's kind of the key."