VIDEO: Eminem and Rihanna Perform 'The Monster' on MTV MOVIE AWARDS
Global superstars Eminem and Rihanna took the stage for their first live performance of their #1 smash hit, "The Monster" on last night's 2014 MTV Movie Awards which aired live from Los Angeles' Nokia Theater L.A.
With one of the hottest collaborations released last year, both Eminem and Rihanna are making triumphant returns to the Movie Awards stage. Back in 2009, Eminem performed a medley of "We Made You/ Crack a Bottle" and then created one of the most talked about moments in Movie Awards history with Sasha Baron Cohen, while Rihannaperformed one of her signature hits, "Umbrella" with Jay Z in 2007.
Watch the performance below and click here for a complete list of last night's winners!
Comedic genius Conan O'Brien emerged from a 5,000 pound flaming bucket of popcorn to kick-off an epic 2014 "MTV Movie Awards" by breaking theWORLD record for the most celebrity cameos in a show open. Conanmasterfully film-bombed 50 of the biggest and most eclectic names in pop culture including Taylor Swift, SirAnthony Hopkins, the cast of "The Big Bang Theory," Adam Sandler, Katy Perry, Andy Samberg, Jack White,Ashton Kutcher, Martin Scorsese, Demi Moore, Emma Watson, Russell Crowe, Paul Rudd, Jessica Alba, Lupita Nyong'o and Skrillex. Telecast from Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE, the evening celebrated fan-favorite movies with comedy, action, music and of course, Hollywood superstars.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" captured the most golden popcorns of the evening, with Josh Hutchersongrabbing "Best Male Performance," Jennifer Lawrence winning "Best Female Performance," andJohnny Depppresenting the star-studded cast with the coveted "Movie of the Year" award. The cast of "Entourage" reunited for the first-time on-stage to honor actor and producer Mark Wahlberg with the "Generation Award" for his extensive, diverse body of work in the film and television industry. Quintessential leading manChanning Tatum won the third annual "Trailblazer Award." Jordana Brewster honored Paul Walker with a heartfelt, personal speech that introduced a moving tribute spotlighting his career.