Queer Eye's Antoni Porowski (Netflix)

Queer Eye fans are getting exactly what they wanted for Halloween.

Everyone’s favourite avocado slicer Antoni Porowski is back in action this week like you’ve probably never seen him before—unless you closely follow his Instagram account.

On Monday, Netflix released American Psycho pastiche “Antoni Psycho,” an episode of Halloween short series Don’t Watch This.

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The star strips down to his white Calvin Klein briefs for the two-minute short, in which he plays a psychotic version of himself who is “34-years-old and recently famous.”

Antoni walks around his briefs as he menacingly explains his name is “Antoni, not Anthony,” before performing his slightly sinister and mostly naked daily self-care routine.

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The clip is getting a lot of attention online, naturally.

One fan tweeted: “Cook me Antoni, I’m ready!”

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Others added that they were “scared but kind of turned on.”

At the end of the skit he makes a swipe at critics of his cooking.

He says: “I like that none of the other guys know anything about cooking. Except Tan, and only a little.”

As a dead body is seen in the background, he adds: “I don’t care whether they like what I cook or not, they’ll eat it if they know what’s good for them.”

Us Weekly reported last week that Porowski had split from his boyfriend of seven years, Joey Krietemeyer.

He has since been linked to Flipping Out designer Trace Lehnhoff.

In June, he announced that he was set to open his own restaurant in New York, and also revealed that he is working on a cookbook.

Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Bobby Berk, and Karamo Brown from Queer Eye (Austin Hargrave/Netflix)

The Fab Five will return to Netflix next year for Queer Eye’s upcoming third season, which will be set in Kansas City, Missouri.

Season three of Queer Eye is set to include the makeover of a lesbian for the first time.

The show’s fashion expert Tan France revealed the news during an appearance on Netflix’s new show Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj.

He said: “It really is so good. They get me every week, like, those heroes get me every week—yeah, it’s the best experience.

“We have our first lesbian on the show this year, yep, and she’s formidable. What we do with her, I think you’re gonna love it.”

It comes after Queer Eye season two saw the Fab Five making over a trans man, 30-year-old Skyler, for the first time.

In September, the show picked up three awards at the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

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