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For any copyright, please send me a message. Oscars 2020 viewers who had a surprise appearance by Eminem on their bingo cards just cashed in: The rapper performed his Oscar-winning song “Lose Yourself” during the 92nd annual Academy Awards, shocking viewers and attendees alike. After Lin-Manuel Miranda introduced a clip package celebrating the use of pop music in films—with The Breakfast Club, Rocky III, Almost Famous, Hustle & Flow, Ghost, and Do the Right Thing among the featured movies—Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, rose from the floor to perform his 8 Mile track. Immediately after the segment, Eminem tweeted footage from the 2003 Oscar ceremony, when “Lose Yourself” won best original song without the rapper in attendance. “Look, if you had another shot, another opportunity… Thanks for having me [Academy]. Sorry it took me 18 years to get here,” he wrote—an explanation of sorts for the surprise performance. He also later posted a photo with Elton John, with whom he famously performed “Stan” at the 2001 Grammys. (John won best original song on Sunday night for his Rocketman track.) As Vanity Fair noted in our Oscar live blog, the Eminem performance was kept top secret until the moment he appeared on stage; the segment was even left off the run-of-show documents distributed to the crew. (It was noted by the phrase “Omit Item.”) Unsurprisingly, the crowd of stars was left stunned by Eminem’s appearance, with Idina Menzel, Gal Gadot, and Anthony Ramos among those shown feeling the beat of the track. Martin Scorsese, however, was decidedly less enthused.More Great Stories From Vanity Fair — Oscar winners 2020: see the full list here— Oscars 2020 live blog: updates and news from inside the ceremony— Our final Oscar predictions— Vanity Fair’s official 2020 Oscar ballot is here!— What Oscar categories are really impossible to predict?— Oscars 2020: inside rehearsals for the big night— When will the awards be perfect and please everyone? Looking for more? Sign up for our daily Hollywood newsletter and never miss a story.