The Audience Was Already Thrilled As Sheeran Took On “Lose Yourself” Solo, But The Entire Ford Field Stadium Went Absolutely Nuts When Eminem, The Rap God Himself, Stepped Into The Spotlight

ByQuyen Anne

Apr 1, 2024

Ed Sheeran fans were already buzzing with excitement for his live performance in Detroit. However, the excitement reached a whole new level when the iconic Eminem made a surprise appearance to join the show to perform his legendary songs “Lose Yourself” and “Stan.”

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Sheeran and Em displayed remarkable onstage chemistry, and their joint rendition of the chorus was a powerful moment. This collaboration was a highlight of Sheeran’s two-night stint in Detroit this July, and the footage of their collaboration has already racked up close to five million views since the night of the concert.

You can check it out for yourself below:

As expected, the two superstars’ duet took the Internet by storm. One fan shared their thoughts on the special moment in a comment under the video, expressing that no recording could capture the sheer madness of the crowd’s reaction to Eminem’s stage entrance and describing it as a truly phenomenal experience.

Ed Sheeran fans erupt in cheers as Eminem emerges on-stage at Detroit concert

“The video doesn’t do the justice of how crazy the crowd went when Eminem was on stage. I was in the concert and not a single person stopped screaming at the top of their lungs. It was phenomenal.”

Their onstage partnership this time wasn’t the first time, as they previously collaborated on Eminem’s single “River,” which has also enjoyed considerable acclaim.

Beyond Eminem’s surprise appearance, Sheeran’s Detroit two-night stint was memorable for more reasons. On the opening night, Sheeran performed in front of a cozy crowd of 2,000 at the Royal Oak Music Theater. He performed his latest album “Subtract” in full—a rare treat not afforded at his usual sold-out shows. This was likely because the album’s subdued and melancholic tone is suited for stadium-sized performances. Accompanied by his band, Sheeran used this unique show as an opportunity to share the stories woven into his songs with his fans.

The subsequent evening, Sheeran took the stage at Ford Field, this time as a solo act, and surprised fans once again by bringing out Khalid for a rendition of “Beautiful People” and violinist Alicia Enstrom for a performance on “Galway Girl.”

If you would like to keep up with Ed Sheeran’s musical journey, you’re invited to subscribe to his YouTube channel or follow him on Instagram for the latest updates and performances.

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