Carson Kressley's makeover show Carson Nation premiered Saturday on Oprah Winfrey's OWN network.

The former “fashion savant” of Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy returned to his makeover roots with the new show, which will feature the ABC True Beauty season 2 judge traveling around the country “to makeover America one town at [a] time and to make people's live better.”

Carson Nation is the creation of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition executive producer Tom Forman.

In an interview with the New York Post, Kressley talked about the show's potential to make people feel better about themselves: “It boils down to me caring – I want to hear their story, I want to hear how I can make it better. That’s something Oprah has professed many times: people need someone in their life who cares. Who listens. Even though a makeover is an inherently superficial process, making sure they believe they are worth investing in through that process is an important message. By the time we’re done, not only do they look cuter, but they also feel better about themselves. I can literally hold that mirror up to them and say, 'look at your potential! You didn’t think you could look like this, so there's probably a lot of other things you can conquer that are way more important than having cute shoes.'”