Drag queen superstar RuPaul crashed the New Hampshire primary scene over the weekend, telling fans not to confuse him with Ron Paul.

“I want you to know that I am not Ron Paul,” RuPaul told a crowd when he visited campaign staple the Red Arrow in Manchester.

“I am RuPaul and I am not running for president,” he told the crowd, who let out a disappointed sigh.

The host of all-gay cabler Logo's RuPaul's Drag Race made his appearance wearing a light blue suit and a tasteful black cap.

“I have a message for Ron Paul and all the other Republican candidates: If you don't love yourself, how in the hell you gonna love anybody else? Can I get an amen in here? You better voter!” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

RuPaul added that his appearance was not a cheap publicity stunt for his reality show.

“I want you to know that this is NOT a cheap publicity stunt. I flew here first class!”

RuPual told Reuters that he's not a political person by nature, but dressing in drag is a political act.

“I do believe that every time a man puts on a wig and a pair of cha-cha heels he is making a political statement,” he said.