'Queer Eye’s' Tan France is legit mortified by Frasier Crane being a style icon

Poor Tan lost it and honestly same, bbz.

Netflix has gone and blessed us with a brand spanking new series of Queer Eye and, as a result, we've spent most of the weekend weeping over some truly touching television.

There was obviously plenty of laughter thrown into the mix too, courtesy of the Fab 5. Antoni Porowski (food & wine), Bobby Berk (interior design), Karamo Brown (culture), Jonathan Van Ness (grooming) and Tan France (fashion) are always thoroughly joyous to watch, particularly when they're goofing around together. And this season is no exception.

But one of our favourite moments from the second season so far has got to be a brief moment when we see the usually cool-as-a-cucumber Tan France totally losing it.

Tan could not even when one of the guys he was making over revealed a rather uninspiring style hero… Frasier Crane:

In episode 2, the gang make over William, a Walmart employee who wants to propose to his long-term girlfriend, Shannan.

William will give you a serious case of the warm and fuzzies as he wears his heart firmly on his sleeve. The loveable dude simply needs a little bit of Fab 5 guidance to help him on his way.

In the end, Tan does an epic job styling William. But before they got started, William's confession that Fraiser is his "style icon" had poor Tan proclaiming he couldn't be fixed.

Now, if y'all don't remember Frasier, the eponymous hero(?) Frasier Crane played by Kelsey Grammar was the very definition of daggy.

Bearing in mind the show first aired in 1993 and finished in 2004. So, yeah, we get why Tan pulled this face:

Source: Netflix

Luckily, Karmao rushes over to save Tan from his existential crisis and is, like usual, the sort of support we all need in our lives.

And turns William could be fixed with Tan on-hand to teach him how to do the "French tuck," which sounds dirtier than it is – it's basically when you put the front part of your shirt loosely into your trousers.

We guess every man has his limits: Frasier Crane is Tan's.