Eminem And Rihanna Perform 'The Monster' Live For First Time At MTV Movie Awards 2014
The superstars gave a memorable performance of the track at last night's huge event.
Eminem and Rihanna stole the show at the MTV Movie Awards 2014 last night with their first ever live TV performance of smash hit 'The Monster'.
The pair shared a huge embrace at the end of the track and sent fans inside the Nokia Theatre wild throughout.
The song has proved a massive hit around the world and features on the rapper's latest album 'The Marshall Mathers LP2'.
Orlando Bloom introduced the performance, which saw the Bajan beauty sporting an all white outfit and a headband with the word "fear" on.
Other notable highlights from the event were Rita Ora deciding to rip open Zac Efron's shirt as they shared the stage.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire were the big winners of the awards – scooping three prizes including Movie Of The Year.
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