Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Eminem;s daughter is Homecoming Queen

Eminem's daughter Hailie crowned Homecoming queen
Credit: Lester Cohen/WireImage; ABC
Eminem's daughter is all grown up! Hailie Scott, 17, was named Homecoming Queen at her high school in Michigan on Friday, Oct. 4, and her famous dad was reportedly in attendance to watch her be crowned.
According to local newspaper Macomb Daily, Hailie, a senior, was voted Homecoming Queen alongside Homecoming King Tyler Knepp at Chippewa Valley High School. "Hailie came out with her mother Kim [Scott] when she was introduced with all the other kids but her father watched from inside the school because he didn't want to cause a scene -- he wanted Hailie to have her own moment," one parent told The Macomb Daily about the event.
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The Detroit native rapper, 40, reportedly watched the homecoming football game out of public view, from inside one on of the high school classrooms. "He opened the door and looked out like - 'That's my daughter!' He just looked like a proud father," the parent said.
Hailie is Eminem's only biological child with ex-wife Kimberly Scott. The high school sweethearts married in 1999, divorced in 2001, remarried in 2006 and divorced again that same year. The "Berzerk" rapper also adopted Scott's daughter Whitney from a previous relationship, and Scott's sister's daughter Alaina.
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In a screengrab photo circulating online from a local TV report on Chippewa Valley High School's homecoming, Hailie is seen wearing a crown and holding a bouqet of roses. The blonde beauty has a huge smile on her face while posing next to the Homecoming King.
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Parents of students who are friends with Hailie told Macomb Daily that Eminem's daughter is smart, athletic and caring. "I think all of the kids in the district have shown respect to their family and just let her live a normal life here out of the spotlight," one parents explained. "I think that speaks very highly of the Chippewa Valley community to not try to take advantage of their fame."

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