"And he said 'I am Keith Urban.' And I said, 'No you're not, really'".
A substitute teacher, Reed said she and her husband had resolved to help Wawa customers when they could.
Reed says Urban stuck $5 in the donation box at the register and happily took this picture with her.
"I argued with him that he was not Keith Urban", Reed said.
Reed, a teacher in Medford for more than 30 years before retiring and now working as a substitute, said picking up Urban's tab is part of her regular routine at the popular South Jersey convenience chain.More news: MoviePass slashes plan to three movies per month
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"It was then I realised what an idiot I was", she told local media outlets.
"And he said what's your name, Ruth, he said "Ruth I'm Keith" and I said "That's who you look like Keith Urban do people every tell you that you look like Keith Urban" and he said 'I am Keith Urban and I said no you're not really'". "And who was that woman you were with?' He said, 'That's my sister, we can ask her, ' and I said, 'OK, I don't think she would lie to some old lady, '" she said.
A friend gave Reed $20 for her Wawa acts of kindness. Basically, Ruth Reed is everyone's sweet mom who loves to help out strangers and also loves Keith Urban, even if she doesn't recognize him when he's starring her in the face.
Reed said that's when she noticed his body guards and realized she really had paid for Keith Urban. "And he was gracious".
Unsurprisingly, her photo with Urban outsider the convenience store quickly went viral among fans of the crooner.