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Bob the Drag Queen

With her brazen, larger-than-life personality, Bob the Drag Queen was the fan favorite to take the top spot from the moment she sashayed onto the eighth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, “purse first.” It was no surprise then, when she beat out runners-up Kim Chi and Naomi Smalls on one of the most talent-filled seasons to date. “I guess RuPaul saw something special in me that said “superstar,” she recently told The Advocate. Armed with the hard-earned title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar,” Bob plans to “give back to the community, support the children and make people laugh.”

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    1500 N. Main, San Antonio San Antonio

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