Published: Thu, August 09, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Woman Helps Man Short On Cash, Then Finds Out He’s Keith Urban

Woman Helps Man Short On Cash, Then Finds Out He’s Keith Urban

A New Jersey woman who thought she was paying for a struggling man's cup of coffee at a gas station on Friday, turned out to be country music star Keith Urban.

Reed says Urban stuck 5 dollars in the donation box at the register and happily took this picture with her.

"I didn't know it was Keith Urban". "I said, 'OK, I don't think she would lie to some old lady'".

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Ruth revealed he thanked her and said his name was Keith.

While in line at a Wawa in Medford, N.J., Ruth Reed saw the gentleman in front of her was having trouble with his card going through, CBS News reports . When she remarked that he looked like Keith Urban, he said that he actually was the famed country music performer. She said that for the last several years she has made it a resolution to pay for someone's purchases at Wawa at least once a week.

When she spotted a man at the register who seemed to be short on cash, she jumped at the chance to help. What made the encounter even more special was she helped him pay his tab.

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"He thanked me and asked my name", Reed wrote on a Facebook post shared by a former student.

She says, "It was then I realised what an idiot I was". She then noticed Urban's bodyguards and realized it was him.

Apparently, the woman in question, Ruth Reed, makes it a common practice to "treat someone" at her local WaWa convenience store. "I didn't believe him".

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"And I just fell apart, fell apart and he was gracious", Reed said. "I asked where Nicole was and who was the lady".

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