I've seen the show. Though during the course of it they don't "emphasize" the "queer" part, and though they can be pretty hilarious and do do some good, "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" is the title, so I can't approve. It's far, far too soft on the gay "lifestyle" and, just by its title, treats normal men as pathetic beings in need of help.
I have every time though rejected such an idea though because of the fact that these guys (or gays) need help! What should I do if the situation ever came up?
There are "gay" people in the world who are loud, proud, and in your face about their sin. And then there are perfectly upstanding people who struggle with homosexual temptations but who are chaste (or who truly repent if they fall in to their weakness). These two types can't be lumped together.
ALL people should be treated with charity (which is rooted in Truth, not mere "feelings"), PRUDENCE, kindness, and basic human respect.
As to going on that particular show, I wouldn't because it treats acting on homosexual impulses as no problem.
If the show were called something else, and gay innuendo wasn't a part of it, but the cast was made up of (at least apparently) chaste men who are on the "sensitive" side and who do have a good eye for style and art, then I'd say go for it. But that ain't the case here.
My two cents.