The Fab Five celebrated Pride Month and Season 2 of their Netflix hit with Andy Cohen Sunday night.
The cast of the Netflix hit -- Tan France, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, and Bobby Berk -- stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" with Andy Cohen to celebrate Pride Month and Season 2 of their show (hey Emmy's, FYC!). The men, especially France, are close with Davidson and Grande, so a caller asked them their opinion about the couple's engagement after only dating a month.
"I'm very, very happy for them, I couldn't be more happy," France said. "I think if anybody finds love that's amazing."
"I told my husband five days into it that I would marry him, he said the same," he continued. "And we're together 10 years later, so who knows?"
Culture expert Brown was slightly disappointed when he sent the couple congratulatory text messages about their engagement, because he didn't receive a response.
"We all know them, and they're sweet, and I texted him immediately and was like, 'Hey! Did you get engaged? Oh my gosh, congratulations! I wanna send a gift!' But I was really being nosey and he didn't text me back," Brown said.
However, it was the quietly sexy and wise, Porowski who gave the best response. "Sometimes, you just know," he said.
Read on for more highlights of the Fab Five on "WWHL!"
Queer Eye For The Bravo Guy
Cohen asked Berk and Brown -- the Bravo fans of the group -- what Bravolebrities need some help, whether spiritual or literal pomade.
Unsurprisingly, it was the "Vanderpump Rules" star that they think needed the most help.
"Jax needs to stop sleeping with all the women," Brown said. "He needs to clean up his act."
"He does everyone!" Berk added. "He needs to stop."
France piped up to point out about how sexy he is, but Brown and Berk stood by their comments.
"When you're hurting that many women, what are you trying to cover up the hurt inside yourself?" Brown, who was a social worker for 10 years, pointed out.
The Cast As Housewives
As Cohen is of course the "Real Housewives" after-show host, he asked Brown to assign each of the Fab Five to a prospective Housewife -- and he absolutely nailed it.
"Antoni is Cynthia Bailey," Brown said. "'Cause she's super beautiful and she's also kind and sort of a peacemaker and doesn't get involved with the drama."
"Done," Porowski replied.
"And I'm Kenya Moore, because I love her," Brown said, comparing himself to the "RHOA" star.
"Queer Eye" Season 2 is now streaming on Netflix.