Entertainment TV Bobby Berk Shares Throwback Video of 'Queer Eye' Stars' Choreographed Dance: 'The Things You Find' Bobby Berk and his fellow Queer Eye stars are bringing the Kiki dance back By Kelly Wynne Kelly Wynne Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on May 5, 2022 09:57 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Ilana Panich-Linsman/Netflx The cast of Queer Eye knows how to bust a move. Bobby Berk shared a behind-the-scenes moment with fellow Queer Eye stars Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Jonathan Van Ness — and it looks as fun as you'd imagine. On Instagram Wednesday, Berk uploaded a video of the group dancing to Drake's 2018 song "In My Feelings." "The things you find in your photo folder when you run out of storage and need to delete things ♥️♥️♥️(this was not deleted) #2018," Berk captioned the video. The video shows each Queer Eye lead taking part in the viral "Kiki" dance that appeared on social media when the song was released. By the video's end, they all exit the empty dance floor one by one. Queer Eye's Bobby Berk Pokes Fun at His Glow-Up Transformation from Season 1 Until Now Berk wasn't the only one loving the nostalgia. Porowski, for his part, was quick to comment with questions. "Dear God why are you bringing this back to life omg 😂🥴," he wrote on the post. But followers of Berk — including celebrities like musician Jewel and model Praya Lundberg — applauded the group's dance moves and the joy the video ignites for viewers. Karamo Brown Says New Talk Show Won't Interfere with Queer Eye: I Won't 'Leave Those Four Yahoos for Anything' Shannon Finney/Getty The video is far from the first time the Fab 5 has been caught dancing. In season 6 of the feel-good Netflix show, the leads visited a traditional honkey tonk to help makeover the shop's owner. While there, they participated in one of the owner's famed dance classes. With the success of Queer Eye — even a post-pandemic season that captured the hardships faced by Texans during COVID — each member of the group is pursuing their own opportunities. Even though Brown just announced his own talk show, he confirmed that he won't be leaving the Netflix hit anytime soon. "Each of us have been blessed to do other projects," Brown said on the PEOPLE Every Day podcast. "Yes, mine is a daily show, but we have worked it out. I do not want to leave those four yahoos for anything."