Bobby Berk Addresses Rumors of Feud With Tan France
Bobby Berk addresses rumors of a rift between him and his 'Queer Eye' co-star, Tan France.
Berk Wants to 'Extinguish' Speculation
In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Bobby Berk opened up about the rumors of a feud between him and Tan France, his 'Queer Eye' co-star. Berk stated that he wanted to put an end to the speculation surrounding their alleged rift and assured fans that they will be fine.
While Berk admitted to facing a rough patch with France, he emphasized that their personal situation had nothing to do with the show and was not romantic in nature. He wanted to clarify that the rumors were unfounded and that their relationship would ultimately be reconciled.
No Connection between Feud and Berk's Departure
Fans of 'Queer Eye' speculated that the apparent clash between Berk and France had something to do with Berk's announcement of his departure from the show. However, Berk clarified in his Vanity Fair interview that their feud had nothing to do with his exit.
Berk explained that the cast's contract had expired in September 2022, and he had already moved on mentally and emotionally. When Netflix presented a new contract, Berk and the rest of the cast thought they were done and had started planning other projects.
Unfollowing on Instagram and Reconciliation
Berk acknowledged that unfollowing France on Instagram was not the best move, but he explained that he was angry at the time. He compared their fights to those between siblings and expressed optimism about their future reconciliation.
He believes that in six months or a year, he and France will be on good terms again and potentially spend time at each other's houses.
Renewal of 'Queer Eye' for Season 9
'Queer Eye' has been renewed for Season 9, with Berk confirming that his co-stars are set to return. Despite the rumors and temporary tension, Berk assured fans that the Fab Five will continue working together to transform the lives of individuals in need.
The show, a reboot of the early 2000s series 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,' premiered on Netflix in 2018 and has garnered a dedicated fanbase ever since.