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Whether you follow Jeremiah Brent on Instagram or not, there is a good chance you’ve seen the interior designer’s face recently. He’s on bookshelves, at restaurants, in Pottery Barn Kids and your local Pet Smart. And soon, you can add one more spot to that list: your Netflix home page.

The streaming platform just announced that Brent will join the cast of Queer Eye, alongside returning hosts Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, and Tan France. The news comes just a few months after previous design lead Bobby Berk announced he would be leaving the show after wrapping season eight. “Throughout these years, you, the die-hard fans of Queer Eye, have all shared so many stories with me about how the show has touched your lives, and I could not be more grateful to each,” Berk shared on Instagram back in November. In a more recent interview with Vanity Fair, he hinted at the reason for his exit; he assumed the series would not renew after the cast’s contracts ran out. But with a shortage of content sparked by the actors’ and writers’ strikes, Netflix did indeed offer the Fab Five new contracts—which left an opening in the design department. 

Luckily for Queer Eye fans who watch the show mainly for the interior transformations, Brent is no stranger to helping people elevate their existing spaces on-camera. In addition to running his firm, JBD, and lifestyle brand Atrio, he has hosted the Emmy-winning Home Made Simple on OWN TV and starred alongside Berkus as host of The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project on HGTV.  

While filming won’t kick off until later this spring in Las Vegas, we’re certain that Brent will be plucking epic vintage finds and soothing paint swatches for his new clients. Oh, and that he’ll complete his installs to the tunes of Beyoncé as he gears up for the big emotional reveal. “My goal isn’t to hand people a house that’s complete,” Brent previously shared with Domino about his design process. “It’s to hand people a house that’s ready to receive them and the rest of their life.” Sounds like a match made in reality TV heaven to us.