It looks like Eminem will appear on the small-screen this time, following up his big-screen appearance in Adam Sandler's "Funny People" film last year. The Grammy-Award-winning rapper will close out HBO's "Entourage" season (which started yesterday June 25th) on the show's season finale. Eminem will appear as himself celebrating the success of his new (and real as we all know) "Recovery" album. Doug Ellin, the creator, says that some drama will go down between Eminem and Adrian Grenier's character, Vince. "He has a little conflict — a little beef — with Vince," said Ellin.
Ellin is confident that Eminem's new album will be a hit project and is set "at a platinum record party for his album, which by the time this airs [on September 12th] will be platinum, I'm sure."
BONUS: Christina Aguilera will also appear on the "Entourage" finale as a client of the great agent character, "Ari Gold." "She's doing Ari a favor and performing at a party for him," Ellin said. The season seven send-off is shaping up to be a star-packed episode as John Cleese, Minka Kelly, and professional athletes like Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees and more are set to appear.
PREVIOUSLY – Eminem & Adam Sandler In "Funny People"