Eminem's daughter, Hailie Scott, has been crowned Homecoming Queen at the Chippewa Valley High School in Michigan.
Eminem's daughter was made Homecoming Queen.
Hailie Scott, the rapper's 17-year-old daughter with ex-wife Kim Scott - received the school honour at Chippewa Valley High School in Michigan at the end of last week.
Both her mother and father watched Hailie receive her crown alongside Homecoming King Tyler Knepp.
A source told local paper The Macomb Daily: ''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.''
As is traditional at Homecoming events, the crowning was followed by an American Football game, which Eminem - who is poised to release his 'Marshall Mathers LP 2' album - also watched from one of the classrooms, away from public view.
Explaining how he peaked out at one point the source added: ''He opened the door and looked out like - 'That's my daughter!' He just looked like a proud father.''
Parents of students who are friends with Hailie describe her as a smart, athletic and caring and say she is able to live a normal life in the area.
One friend's parent said: ''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.
''I think that speaks very highly of the Chippewa Valley community to not try to take advantage of their fame.''
Hailie is Eminem's only biological daughter with Kim, but he is also adoptive father to Kim's daughter Whitney, from a previous relationship, and Kim's sister's daughter, Alaina.
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