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Video: Eminem and Rihanna Bring 'The Monster' to 2014 MTV Movie Awards

April 14, 2014 (5:05 am) GMT
Ellie Goulding and Zedd, who also serve as the performers at the awards show, perform the songs they've recorded for movie 'Divergent'.

and were among performers at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards which was held in Los Angeles on Sunday night, April 13. The two stars reunited for the first live TV performance of their new collaboration, "The Monster".

The performance opened with Rihanna standing alone in the middle of the stage, wearing a "Fear" headband and a matching white jacket while singing her lines. Eminem, clad in a leather jacket over a white T-shirt, then joined his collaborator and rapped his part.

"The Monster" is a track off Eminem's latest album, "". He and RiRi are set to embark on a three-city tour this summer to support the record which peaked at No. 1 on Billboard 200 following its release last year.

Other performers at the annual awards show included and , who both were slated to perform the tracks they recorded for movie "". Goulding, looking hot in a white dress with sparkly gold bodice, sang her "Beating Heart" while Zedd played the piano. The DJ was then joined by Miriam Bryant and Matthew Koma for their "Find You".

Eminem and Rihanna Perform "The Monster":

Ellie Goulding and Zedd's Performances:

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