Carson's Queer Eye for Straight Stars
07/29/2003 AT 01:00 PM EDT
Not that the advice is necessarily limited to heterosexuals, bisexuals, metrosexuals or gays, says Kressley, given the show's (pardon the expression) mandate: "We are waging a war against bad taste."
"It's not about gay or straight -- it's about guys helping guys," said Kressley, 32. "It's about building bridges between our communities -- one straight guy at a time."
So, what does Kressley -- who tells the Post that he unofficially got his professional start when "I picked out my sister's prom dress when I was 10 and she was 18" -- have to say about the stars?
Matthew Broderick, clearly a bit too chubby for Kressley's taste: "Baby weight!"
James Gandolfini, who's just too, too casual: "Stop it!"
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is anything but casual: "Bring out the funk!"
And Colin Farrell, who has a propensity for black T-shirts and blue jeans: "Like a cheap hotel."