Eminem opened a ‘Mom’s Spaghetti’ pop-up in Detroit and turned up to meet his fans

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Eminem surprised his fans over the weekend by making a surprise appearance at a ‘Mom’s Spaghetti’ pop-up restaurant in Detroit.

The pop-up is named after the lyrics to 2002 single ‘Lose Yourself’, and offered fans the chance to taste a variety of dishes – including spaghetti with meatballs and a spaghetti sandwich.

It was hosted at Detroit music venue The Shelter, and also offered fans the chance to purchase Eminem’s new album Revival – along with a variety of exclusive merchandise.

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For a few lucky fans, it also provided them with the chance to meet the man himself, after Eminem briefly turned up to sign the record.

Check out a selection of photos from the event below.

Meanwhile, Revival was finally released last Friday – and saw Eminem facing some of the most divided reviews of his career.

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The album, which is his ninth as a solo artist, has been heavily anticipated after collaborations with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Beyonce, Kehlani and Alicia Keys were announced.
But it seems like the end product isn’t necessarily living up to the hype – after one review damned ‘Recovery’ as the worst album of Eminem’s career.

“Slim Shady may have spent the last decade and change putting out bad records, but Revival stands as the first truly terrible entry into his already sagging discography”, a review in The 405 claimed.

“Accents be damned, Relapse boasted an energized rapper (its unbearable lead single aside), even Encore had numerous highlights, but this?”

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