Queer Eye’s Tan France becomes a US citizen
Tan France who is one-fifth of Netflix’s rebooted hit series, Queer Eye and Next In Fashion has become a citizen of the United States of America.
In an emotional post on Instagram the star, who grew up in UK city of Doncaster in the North of England, said that he would use his citizenship to flex his constitutional rights and “vote for change”.
According to the star, US citizenship is something that he’s been working towards for 20 years.
“Vote for the change I wish to see”
The 37-year-old fashionista used his first Instagram post as a US Citizen to say that he would be exercising his “constitutional right as an American” adding that he would register to vote – and “vote for the change I wish to see in OUR nation”.
Stars congratulate Tan
The announcement from Tan, who has 3.7 million followers on Instagram, was greeted with excitement from his fans, who welcomed the star and his new-found allyship to the US. Both Justin Theroux and Courtney Cox congratulated him with a clapping emoji.
Queer Eye Co-star Jonathan Van Ness wrote, “There is no word or phrase I have strong enough to say how happy, proud, strong you are I have no words strong enough. Love you so much.”