Dr. Dre and Eminem Take Their Duet to 53rd Grammys
Dr. Dre is set to play his first live TV performance in a decade when he joins his protege Eminem on stage at Sunday, February 13's Grammys. The "Real Slim Shady" hitmaker is set for a big night at the annual prizegiving - he's up for 10 trophies, including Song of the Year for "Love the Way You Lie", Best Rap Album and the coveted Album of the Year trophy for "Recovery".
And the rapper will thrill the star-studded audience when he collaborates with Dre, who hasn't performed on TV in 10 years. The show will be a treat for hip-hop fans who have been waiting for a new Dre album for 12 years.
The other legend slated to perform is Bob Dylan, who will collaborate with Best New Artist nominees Mumford & Sons along with folk rockers the Avett Brothers in what's been described as a "salute to acoustic music."
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