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'RuPaul's Drag Race' Champion Surprised A Kid Dressed As Her For Halloween

Not all heroes wear capes. Bob The Drag Queen dons a lethal purse.

Bob The Drag Queen is a queen for the people! After storming the competition on RuPaul's Drag Race and almost effortlessly snatching the Season 8 crown, the local New York hero has taken a national stage. Now, Bob is greeting her loyal followers, including a nine-year-old boy who decided to dress as the champion for Halloween.

C.J. Duron, whose mom Lori Duron runs the blog Raising My Rainbow, decided to dress as his idol for Halloween. In a post titled "Trick-or-Treating Purse First," Lori describes her son's decision to don a wig and heels for the spooky holiday.

"C.J. has since perfected his 2016 trick-or-treating technique," writes Duron. "He will approach a house. Ring the doorbell and stand to the side. When a person opens the door, he will come into view purse first." Just like Bob does:

But C.J. certainly wasn't expecting Bob to show up at his front door and take him for a night on the town. Here's a heartwarming video of the surprise:

I hope Bob keeps some tissues in that purse of hers. No, I'm not crying. You're crying.

[Photo: Getty Images]

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