Eminem to do three-night stint on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ show

The rapper is promoting his new album

Eminem has announced that he will perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ for three nights beginning on Friday (May 15).

The rap star will give a live performance on the popular late-night talk show on Friday, debuting tracks from his highly anticipated forthcoming album, ‘Relapse’.

Then, on May 19, he will perform live in Kimmel‘s studio to mark the US release date of his album — his first new studio effort since 2004’s ‘Encore’. Eminem will appear on the show once again on May 22 from his hometown Detroit via satellite, performing two more songs from the album, reports E! Online.


Eminem‘s multi-night stint is similar to those done earlier this year by U2, who performed five nights in a row on the the Late Show with David Letterman, and Prince who performed on ‘The Tonight Show With Jay Leno’.

–By our Los Angeles staff.
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