Rihanna joins Kanye West and Jay-Z at 'Watch The Throne' show - video

Ri-Ri made an appearance with the rappers at the O2 Arena last night (May 20)

Rihanna joins Kanye West and Jay-Z at 'Watch The Throne' show - video

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Rihanna joined Kanye West and Jay-Z onstage at London's O2 Arena last night (May 20) to perform two tracks.

The singer, who doesn't appear on the pair's collaboration 'Watch The Throne', but has appeared on tracks with both rappers, came onstage to sing 'All Of The Lights' from West's 2010 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' and Jay-Z' 'Run This Town'. You can watch fan footage of the singer's guest appearance by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The show was the third in succession that the rappers had played at the O2 Arena. The run continues tonight (May 21) and tomorrow (May 22) before the rappers head off to Europe. They return to the UK for more shows next month.

The duo have been playing two hour, 40-song sets during their O2 Arena run, with a large chunk of 'Watch The Throne' and a number of hits from their respective solo catalogues also aired.

To read a full report of Friday's opening night, head to NME.COM/news.

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