Eminem’s daughter crowned homecoming queen

Eminem’s daughter crowned homecoming queen

PROUD PAPPA: In this image provided on Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013, Eminem’s performance brings down the house at the G-SHOCK 30th Anniversary event, Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013, in New York. Photo: Associated Press/Jeremy Deputat/Casio via AP Image

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Eminem has never been one to keep a low profile but he was chilling the other night at a time when other celebrities might be trying to grab at least a little of the spotlight.

His daughter, Hailie was named homecoming queen at her high school near Detroit.

The Macomb Daily of Mount Clemens Michigan says the girl’s mother, Kim Scott was introduced with her. Hailie, 17, is a high school senior.

There were reports Emimen was with school officials in the cafeteria so he could see the event, but the school board president said he can’t confirm that.

Eminem’s latest album “The Marshal Mathers LP 2” is due out next month.

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