The music superstars will share the stage at MTV's annual award show and perform 'The Monster' live for the first time.
Eminem and Rihanna are becoming quite the formidable duo and fans will finally get a chance to see the pair perform their latest hit track 'The Monster' live at this year's MTV Movie Awards.
'The Monster' was featured on Eminem's 'Marshall Mathers LP 2'
'The Monster' had a four-week run at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 once it was release back in October of last year (2013), and MTV announced that the music superstars will hit the stage together at this Sunday's annual award ceremony, on Tuesday (April 8th).
This is the first time RiRi and Em have performed the hit track, from the studio album 'Marshall Mathers LP 2', but they have rocked on the house together on two other occasions.
Almost four years ago at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, the dynamic duo performed live their first collaboration together, 'Love The Way You Lie', and sang the same track one year later at the 2011 Grammy Awards.
Their forthcoming performance will be followed by a joint summer mini-tour, appropriately called 'The Monster', which will hit three major cities in North America.
The 41 year-old rap star and the 25 year-old singer will hit the road on August 7th at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, then head to East Rutherfood, New Jersey, on August 16th to play at the MetLife Stadium. And finally, the tour will wrap things up on August 22nd at Eminem's hometown in Detroit's Comerica Park.
Rihanna will join Em on stage at the MTV Movie Awards
The 2014 MTV Movie Awards will be emceed by talk-show host, and comedian, Conan O'Brien, and other acts also performing live will be Ellie Goulding, Zedd and Twenty One Pilots.
The award ceremony will be broadcast from the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live on Sunday, April 13th, at 9 p.m. on MTV.
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