Jeremiah Brent visits SiriusXM Studios on February 15, 2024 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Jeremiah Brent Insists There's 'No Drama' After Replacing Bobby Berk on 'Queer Eye'

Emell Adolphus READ TIME: 2 MIN.

Newly minted Fab Five member Jeremiah Brent wants fans of the show to know once and for all that there is no drama behind the scenes of Neflix's "Queer Eye."

After Brent replaced Berk, Brent says "We're all in a group chat."

In Brent's cover story interview for House Beautiful, Brent explained that the Fab Five are once again "having the time of our lives."

"I've got to tell you, there's no drama with any of us," said Brent. "Everybody's heads and hearts are in the right spot. It's really healthy right now, and I think we're all really excited about this season."

The season Brent is talking about is the show's ninth season, which will be filmed in Sin City.

Brent has already been snapped smiling alongside his castmates, Tan France, Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski and Karamo Brown, in a photo that Van Ness posted on Instagram Thursday.

They captioned the photo with, "I love my friends," Van Ness wrote in the caption, who was infamously recently called out for being a "monster" to deal with on set.

But the show must go on. And like Brent said, they all seem to be in a good place ... for now.

Always shady, France, the show's fashion "expert," posted a video disputing allegations that he campaigned to have Berk replaced.

"My former colleague getting fired had nothing to do with me trying to get my friend hired," France said. "Netflix, the production companies, did a full on casting. I didn't pop my friend up for the job."

Very likable! Welcome to the fold, Brent.

"He's the best," France said of Brent. "Love him so much. We're so excited about him."

by Emell Adolphus

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