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'Queer Eye' Star Tan France Opens Up About Living In The U.K.: "I suffered so much racism"

Tan France opens up about the possibility of moving back to the U.K.: "It's a solid no, I suffered so much racism"
February 7, 2020 - 19:35 / Laura Pérez

Tan France, aka the fashion expert on Queer Eye, opened up about the racism he suffered while living in the United Kingdom - he says living in the United States is easier. Get all the details here!

Queer Eye's fashion guru Tan France opened up about living in the U.K. and the possibility of moving back there one day. During an interview with Grazia, the 36-year-old stylist admitted he's not looking to move back to the U.K. soon.

This is what he said:

"It’s a solid no. I suffered so much racism here and it’s just not something I want to put myself through."

Tan France attends the Netflix and Net-A-Porter x Next In Fashion launch event , NYC, 2020

Tan France says living in the United States is easier than living in the U.K.

Originally from Doncaster, England, Tan France explained he loves the U.K., however he also thinks that "until they solve this problem or move forward with it, where you just are not attacked every day, I’m not willing to be here."

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He added that living in the United States is easier, as he has not been called anything racist.

Alexa Chung and Tan France visit People Now, New York, 2020

Tan France recently teamed up with fashion expert Alexa Chung for Netflix's Next in Fashion, which premiered a few days ago. Tan France became the first openly gay, South Asian man on television.