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Life in the Pop Lane

'Queer Eye' for straight marriage

By Renee Graham
Globe Columnist / March 2, 2004

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On last week's installment of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," the Fab Five helped whip terrifyingly sloppy stand-up comic Kevin Downey into shape so he could propose to his longtime girlfriend. When the woman tearfully accepted, the queer quintet clapped and cooed and cried, gushing about the beauty of the new bride-to-be, the tangible happiness of the couple, and ... (Full Article: 619 Words)

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