Eminem Surprises At The 2020 Oscars With A Performance of "Lose Yourself"
Eminem made an unexpected appearance at the 92nd Academy Awards ceremony! The rapper was an Oscar winner back in 2003, but he famously missed the ceremony. Learn more about his new performance here...
Eminem surprised the Dolby Theatre audience and viewers at home alike when he sang "Lose Yourself" at the 92nd Oscars. Following a montage of memorable songs in films, Eminem emerged from beneath the stage to perform his Oscar-winning song. His performance was not announced prior to the ceremony.
"Lose Yourself" previously won the Academy Award for Best Original Song when it appeared in Eminem’s film, 8-Mile, in 2002. Eminem was famously absent from the ceremony when his song won the award.
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2020: The year of Eminem
It’s been a year of surprises from Eminem. The rapper released Music To Be Murdered By, a surprise album, in January 2020. The now 47-year-old rapper followed this up with his electric Oscars performance.
Eminem received a standing ovation for his performance of "Lose Yourself" at the Oscars. What will the rapper do for an encore?