Eminem puts Bruno run-in behind him
Tuesday 02 June 2009
Eminem looked like he had put aside the humiliating events of the MTV Movie Awards as he performed with Jay-Z.
The Slim Shady rapper took to the stage to trade verses on Renegade at the launch concert for new video game DJ Hero, just a day after he stormed out of the awards ceremony after his apparent run-in with Sacha Baron Cohen's alter-ego Bruno.
After Jay-Z rapped his way through his greatest hits, Eminem wowed the crowd, mixing songs from his new album, Relapse, with some old classics.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Rihanna, Kelly Osbourne, Pete Wentz and wife Ashlee Simpson, Taraji P Henson and Tyrese Gibson attended the exclusive star-studded gig at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, which was hosted by crash survivors DJ AM and Travis Barker
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