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Oscars 2020 - Eminem Surprisingly Performs 'Lose Yourself'

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Eminem news from Oscars 2020:


During the Oscars 2020, there was a big surprise when Eminem suddenly came on stage to perform his track “Lose Yourself”. In 2003 he won the Oscar for best song.

There were some surprises at this year's Oscars. In addition to the unexpected Oscar rain for Bong Joon-ho's "Parasite", it was Eminem's performance that caused a sensation.

The rapper played his track "Lose Yourself", with which he received the Oscar for the best song in 2003 ("8 Mile").

This is the first time that he has appeared on the Academy stage for the first time 18 years after winning the award. At that time, he was not at the ceremony to accept his Oscar.

During a short recording of the influence of music on films, performed by Lin-Manuel Miranda, composer of the musical "Hamilton", songs from "Footloose" and "Back to the Future" were played.

The montage ended with the scene from "8 Mile", in which Eminem is preparing for his appearance for "Lose Yourself".

To the delight of the audience, the film excerpt went seamlessly into the live performance of the song. The rapper's appearance was previously said to be as secret as possible.

He was not announced as a guest in advance, nor did he take part in the regular rehearsals. The number was well received in the hall.

Many rapped the track, and at the end, Eminem was celebrated with a standing ovation on stage.

"8 Mile" was written by Scott Silver, who also wrote the screenplay for Joker, and directed by Curtis Hanson.

Eminem plays the main role in this and won the Golden Globe for the best song in addition to the Oscar.


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