The Voice’s Meghan Linsey Releases Countrified ‘Queer Eye’ Theme

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The sixth season of the Netflix reality show Queer Eye is here, bringing the Fab Five to the big state of Texas. As such, the series enlisted The Voice season 8 runner-up Meghan Linsey to record a countrified version of the opening theme, “All Things.”

“The new season of Queer Eye is here!” Meghan writes on social media. “I can’t believe I’m singing the theme song, produced by my love, @thisistylercain Such a great way to ring in the new year. I love this show so much and everything it stands for. Such an honor to be a part of it!”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The team Blake Shelton member came in second behind winner Sawyer Fredericks in 2015. The singer had a big voiced R&B and country sound as she covered songs such as “Love Hurts,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” “Love Runs Out,” “Girl Crush,” and “When a Man Loves a Woman.”

In 2009, the Ponchatoula, Louisiana native won season 2 of the CMT country duet competition Can You Duet as part of the duo Steel Magnolias alongside her boyfriend at the time, Josh Jones.

Meghan Linsey’s version of the Queer Eye theme “All Things”  is available everywhere to stream. Check it out on youtube below.

Cast members Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness and Tan France, using Austin as their base, will help transform the lives of a transgender powerlifter, rancher, restaurant owner, healthcare professional and more. The team plans a prom. The new season will also take a look at how the pandemic has affected people’s lives, including their own.

Additionally, country star Miranda Lambert wrote and recorded “Y’all Means All” specifically for the series. Check it out in the series trailer below.

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