5-year-old girl attended her dance class's Princess Day dressed as a hot dog and her dad couldn't be prouder.

5-year-old girl attended her dance class's Princess Day dressed as a hot dog and her dad couldn't be prouder.
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On May 9, a five-year-old North Carolina girl named Ainsley made princess history when she attended "Princess Week" at her dance school dressed as a hot dog. Because hot dogs are princesses, too.

While all the other little girls at Holly Springs School of Dance came dressed as their favorite Disney princesses, Ainsley came dressed as her favorite tube-shaped food. Dance teachers Sarah Nativi and Grayson Lamontagne tweeted pictures of Ainsley in her costume, because they thought it was so funny and cute, but they didn't expect the pictures to blow up like they did (Lamontagne's tweet has been retweeted over 8,000 times by Monday afternoon).

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Nativi told BuzzFeed News, "[Ainsley] loves princesses, but she wanted to be original and wear a hot dog costume instead. She wore a princess costume underneath it and said she was a princess on the inside!" Nice! See, everyone can be a princess where it really counts—on the inside.

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Animated TV show Adventuretime's very own Hot Dog Princess is voiced by comedian Maria Bamford, who got married in August 2015 and attended her reception as Mrs. Hot Dog (along with her new husband, Mr. Hot Dog).

After the pictures of his dancing hot dog daughter went viral and she started trending on Tumblr and Twitter, Ainsley's dad Brandon Turner tweeted that it was all his daughter's idea to dress as a hot dog, which just shows the caliber of young ladies this nation is raising. After all, it's 2016, and women can be anything they want—even hot dogs.

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