Nashville Star’s Buddy Jewel mobbed in daughter’s school cafeteria.

Nashville Star’s Buddy Jewel mobbed in daughter’s school cafeteria.
Although a win on Nashville Star “hasn’t affected his three kids much,” Buddy Jewel was nearly unable to eat lunch with his daughter at her school cafeteria, as Buddy “spent most of the hour signing autographs for the entire fourth grade,” the AP reports. He says, “Next time we go I’ll have to sneak into the office and maybe eat lunch with her down in her classroom while all the other kids are in the cafeteria so I can actually spend time with her.”

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