Last week we had a hint Dr. Dre and Eminem will be opening this sunday’s 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Today The Hoolywood Reporter reports rap icons will collaborate in a live performance. Eminem is up for 10 Grammy Awards this year.
Continuing the annual Grammy Awards tradition of pairing A-list artists for musical collaborations, the Hollywood Reporter has learned that Dr. Dre will join his protege Eminem onstage at this Sunday’s show (CBS, 8 p.m.).
It will mark the rap icon’s first live television performance in more than a decade and comes on the heels of a stellar year for Em, who not only has the best-selling album of 2010 with Recovery, but is also up for 10 awards (he’s won a total of 11 Grammys since breaking onto the scene in 1999).
Dre is also up for album of the year, as a producer on Recovery.
A new Dr. Dre album, Detox, is expected out in the spring. It will be his first studio album since 1999.