WARNING: This post contains spoilers.

In perhaps the least controversial season yet of drag reality show RuPaul’s Drag Race, Bob the Drag Queen has been named America’s Next Drag Superstar.

Bob the Drag Queen, 29, beat out Kim Chi and Naomi Smalls in the top three to win the world’s most popular drag queen competition in the show’s finale, which was taped last week and just aired on Logo TV in the United States.

 The New York queen was one of the most popular contestants this season, winning three challenges and timed the release of her first single Purse First only hours before the airing of the season finale.

The quirky Puerto Rican contestant Cynthia Lee Fontaine won the Miss Congeniality award for being the most popular and loved queen who wasn’t in the top three. Lee Fontaine revealed she underwent treatment for liver cancer as soon as she left the show, after developing symptoms during the filming of season eight.

The finale doesn’t air for a few more weeks on Foxtel channel Lifestyle You, but in the meantime feel free to gag on RuPaul’s sickening entrance at the finale live show:

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