The show — dubbed The Beautiful World of Jeffree Star �— has been shrouded in mystery since its announcement. That said, this new trailer doesn't give away much — though it does feature a grab bag of clips showing Dawson and Star in the middle of traveling, chatting, and taking meetings, all soundtracked by American Idol's Catie Turner.
However, the trailer's been enough to send fans into a speculative frenzy. After Dawson's Tuesday afternoon reveal, Twitter couldn't help but latch onto a few key scenes — namely a clip in which an emotional Dawson watches the drama unfold between James Charles and Tati Westbrook.
It's unclear what exactly is going on, but that hasn't stopped fans from side-eyeing the inclusion and wondering why they would dredge up the Charles-Westbrook feud in this series.
Me seeing Tati and James Charles in the new Shane Dawson trailer pic.twitter.com/pIBYLucmkl— Jearelle 🏳️🌈 (@jearelleg) September 24, 2019
Ok but that new shane dawson series trailer is giving me crazy fans, giving me james charles scandal, giving me proposal video, giving me boujee morgan, giving me blue andrew, giving me supportive ryland, giving me makeup making, giving me toilet breakdowns and I AM LIVING 🐸☕️— Faye Gozon (@fayegozon98) September 24, 2019
james charles after just recovering from the drama and seeing his face in the shane dawson docu-series trailer pic.twitter.com/5Jkhhlkrrc— 【g】【o】【u】【d】【a】 (@jakyehcra) September 24, 2019
Shane Dawson is gonna show his part in the Tati drama, Mr Cheeto finna get fired, and Cupcakke ain’t say sike on her leaving music pic.twitter.com/966Yf1Porn— the smelly smell that smells smelly (@Sammyfoodie) September 24, 2019
I really hope Shane Dawson can be unbiased in his new series with Jeffree, especially after all the defamatory lies Jeffree made during dramageddon 2 & then brushed under the rug.— The Drama Savage (@thedramasavage) September 24, 2019
The last thing the world needs right now is another series kissing Jeffree Star’s ass😑
The Beautiful World of Jeffree Star debuts on October 1. Watch the trailer for yourself, below.
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