Bindi Irwin hung up her dancing shoes for an afternoon to surprise some kids for Halloween.
The "Dancing With the Stars" fave brought a little cheer to patients at Children's Hospital Los Angeles by paying them a visit over the weekend.
“It's super emotional but it's so beautiful,” Bindi, 17, told ET. “A few people have said, ‘I wish you brought an animal,’ so next time I'll see if I can bring an animal."
For her visit, the daughter of the late Steve Irwin opted to wear something she was definitely comfortable in.
“This is my Halloween costume for the day,” she joked while showing off her Khaki button-up and jeans. “Khaki, this is what I normally wear at home, but in L.A., this is a Halloween costume, so I’m a ranger for the day."
In fact, last week was Bindi’s first-ever Halloween celebration when she dressed up as a vampire for the Halloween special of "Dancing With the Stars," but outside of the show, the teen planned to keep her plans pretty casual.
“I get scared so easily that I’ll just be having a cup of tea, playing a bit of monopoly and going to bed,” she shared.
It is a big week for Bindi, who will be performing a piece to honor Grace Kelly on tonight's episode of the hit ABC show.
“This dance is going to be exciting,” she explained. “We're doing the foxtrot this week. It's been a big week. Every week, there are different challenges and different things that you have to learn. It'll be fun!”