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How 'Queer Eye' star Karamo Brown battled through insecurities over hair loss

How 'Queer Eye' star Karamo Brown battled through insecurities over hair loss. This article is part of CNN Style's new Beauty series "As We Are." Karamo Brown is something of a self-esteem guru. Whether giving motivational speeches, campaigning for mental health or life-coaching on hit makeover show "Queer Eye," he has built a career on his seemingly infectious sense of confidence.
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'Queer Eye' star Karamo Brown to host new talk show

April 14 (UPI) -- Queer Eye star Karamo Brown has landed his own talk show. The 41-year-old television personality will host the daytime talk show Karamo, which will premiere in syndication in September. Karamo is a daily, one-hour talk show that will address topics including infidelity, race, parenting and complex...
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Queer Eye's Karamo Brown to Host His Own Daytime Talk Show: 'It Was My Dream'

Karamo Brown, who has previously guest-hosted Maury, will soon be taking over daytime TV with a self-titled talk show of his own. The Queer Eye star's talk show has been sold in 90 percent of the U.S. for a fall 2022 premiere, Tracie Wilson, Executive Vice President of NBCUniversal Syndication Studios and E! News, announced in a press release on Wednesday.

Why Is It Cake? Judge Karamo Brown Might Look Familiar

As its name suggests, you know there are going to be a lot of questions on Netflix's latest baking show, "Is It Cake?" Those on baking TikTok may know that the show was inspired by the internet craze of the same name, which involves videos of knives slicing through a variety of everyday objects — only to reveal that those "objects" were actually impressively realistic cakes. If you somehow managed to escape the Is It Cake? hysteria, there's a montage conveniently located on Tasty's Twitter page where you can catch up.

Karamo Brown on how he teaches his sons to love their skin tone

In an emotional episode of "Red Table Talk: The Estefans," television star Karamo Brown opened up about struggling to accept himself due to colorism within his family and community. Brown, who is Afro-Latino, said that he only recently started acknowledging his Latino roots. His grandmother was born in Cuba. "Growing...
Washington Post

The Optimist: A Conversation with Karamo Brown

One in five U.S. adults report feeling "high levels of psychological distress" because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts say prioritizing mental health, wellbeing and empathy will be crucial as society reckons with the long-term consequences brought on by these challenging times. Join Washington Post Live for our ongoing series, “The Optimist,” featuring conversations that aim to both inspire and inform. On Thursday, July 1 at 3:00pm ET, “Queer Eye” host Karamo Brown joins Washington Post senior critic-at-large Robin Givhan to discuss his advocacy around mental health and advice on how to adjust to our new normal as society reopens.
Houston Chronicle

'Queer Eye' star Karamo Brown shares discrimination experienced filming in Texas

We've got to do better, Texas. "Queer Eye" popular culture expert Karamo Brown has opened up about his experience filming the sixth season of the beloved reality series in the Lone Star State — and it's not a good one. The 40-year-old actor and author said that for the first time in his life, he experienced "blatant hatred" for simply being himself, per USA Today's Elise Brisco.
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Karamo Brown says 'Queer Eye' cast faced 'blatant' discrimination while filming in Texas

"Queer Eye" star Karamo Brown is opening up about some of the discrimination he faced while filming the sixth season of the reality series. The 40-year-old TV personality serves as the pop culture expert along with four other queer lifestyle professionals who specialize in food, fashion and grooming. Every season, the "Fab Five" travel to different locations to enhance the lives of others with their expertise. For the upcoming season of "Queer Eye," the crew is filming in Texas, a location where Brown said people were "vocal" about their hatred.