Eminem invaded the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards Sunday night (Nov. 10) and performed his rock-charging single 'Berzerk' and his braggadocio song, 'Rap God.'

Behind a backing band, the Detroit spitfire had the crowd rocking to the two tracks from his recently released album, 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2.' Even pop singer Rita Ora was spotted grooving to Em’s performance.

If that wasn’t enough, Eminem, who has the most EMA trophies of all-time, also nabbed two honors at the event: Best Hip-Hop and Global Icon Award.

Meanwhile, Robin Thicke performed a non-offensive rendition of his ubiquitous single, 'Blurred Lines.' There was no twerking from Miley Cyrus but the crooner was flanked by slvler-painted babes stomping to the beat.

The big surprise was Aussie rapper Iggy Azalea, who joined Thicke for a quick verse. She dazzled while wearing a metallic mini-dress with matching knee-high boots.

The singer ended his set by the piano with a performance of the dance track 'Feel Good,' from his 'Blurred Lines' album. At the end of the song, Thicke jumped on the piano and asked the audience, "Does it feel good?" as confetti rained on stage.

Although Thicke was nominated for four EMA trophies, he came home empty-handed. Nevertheless, the entertainer gave a winning performance at the show.

Watch Robin Thicke Perform 'Blurred Lines' / 'Feel Good' at MTV EMA

Watch Eminem Receive Global Icon Award