Image: Eminem & Olivia Rodrigo
The 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ceremony, including Detroit inductee Eminem, has just made its broadcast debut.
The four-hour hall of fame show premiered at 8 p.m. Saturday on HBO, with an immediate re-airing at midnight. The program is also now available for streaming on HBO Max.
Eminem was among this year’s seven major rock-hall inductees, alongside Dolly Parton, Duran Duran, Pat Benatar, Lionel Richie, Carly Simon and the Eurythmics. The program, featuring performances and tributes, was taped November 5, 2022 for a star-filled crowd at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater.
Eminem was inducted by his longtime producer, collaborator and mentor Dr. Dre, and was joined by D12’s Denaun Porter for a performance medley. Slim Shady then accepted his induction with a speech rattling off more than 100 hip-hop acts who inspired his music.
The live performance is not yet available on free streaming services but some clips already started to surface on the net. One of them includes a reaction from Olivia Rodrigo when Eminem invited Steven Tyler to perform “Sing For The Moment.”
You can watch the video below: