The Queer Eye guys just posted the best Drake "In My Feelings" challenge video yet, and it's the fiercest thing on the internet

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The Drake “In My Feelings” challenge has changed the internet in the best way possible. While so many amazing stars have partaken in the Instagram dance challenge, the Queer Eye guys just posted the best Drake “In My Feelings” challenge video yet. It’s almost unfair to everyone else that they did this, because now, what’s the point in anyone else dancing to Drake’s voice crooning, “Kiki, do you love me?” (JK though, there will always be a point to partaking in the “In My Feelings” challenge. That’s how good it is.)

On Friday, July 13th, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, Tan France, and Bobby Berk — aka the Queer Eye Fab 5 — took to Instagram to perform their rendition of the dance challenge sweeping the nation. It starts off with just Tan and Jonathan walking to their “stage,” and then the other guys join them to break it down. And we mean down. After the boys nail the official dance choreography, they do a little bit of freestyle twerking, and it’s pretty impressive. Tan can really move! As can Karamo, and well, all of them.

Karamo posted the video on Instagram with a personal message for Drake in the caption. “Did @champagnepapi just say ‘KB do you love me…’ the answer is yes homie I do!” he wrote.

While technically Drake himself named Will Smith the winner of the “In My Feelings” challenge, the Fab 5 proved that the dance phenomenon should never end.

After the Fab 5, the “In My Feelings” challenge will never be the same again.

The Queer Eye guys have had a big week after snagging four Emmy nominations and announcing that their Netflix show got picked up for a third season. It’s no surprise that they are in their feelings and wanted to dance about it. Seriously, their Instagram video is a gift to us.

It’s still unclear if Kiki loves Drake. But at least everyone can confirm that we all love the Queer Eye Fab 5. And we’d also like more dancing videos, please.

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