Eminem had the Internet buzzing on Monday (March 9) with the release of his “Godzilla” video, which featured monstrous cameos from Mike Tyson and Dr. Dre.
But this isn’t the first time Slim Shady has called on famous friends to appear in his videos. The rapper is somewhat a king of cameos, and has had everyone from Paris Hilton to Kendrick Lamar to make appearances in his creative visuals.
In honor of “Godzilla,” see below for seven other videos that featured some star-studded cameos.
The tragic tale of a superfan-gone-wrong features Canadian actor Devon Sawa as the titular character. He’s been featured in films like Casper, Little Giants, Final Destination and more.
“Way I Am”
Marilyn Manson appears in the haunting “Way I Am” video, creeping behind Slim as the raps the lyrics: “When a dude’s getting bullied and shoots up his school / And they blame it on Marilyn and the heroin / Where were the parents at? And look where it’s at!”
Danny Lohner released a remix of the tune featuring Manson, who has also performed the song with Eminem live.
“My Name Is”
Em’s 1999 smash hit featured Romanian basketball star Gheorghe Mureșan in the video, appearing as a ventriloquist on TV.
“We Made You”
Perhaps one of Em’s most cameo-heavy video, the clip featured Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Denaun Porter and Bobby Lee. Additionally, YouTube star Trisha Paytas plays the role of Jessica Simpson, America’s Got Talent star Derrick Berry appears as Britney Spears and porn actresses Francesca Le and Lisa Ann play Kim Kardashian and Sarah Palin respectively.
“The Real Slim Shady”
In the controversial line, “Christina Aguilera better switch me chairs / So I can sit next to Carson Daly and Fred Durst / And hear ’em argue over who she gave head to first,” the Limp Bizkit frontman actually appears in the video alongside a Daly look-alike.
“Just Lose It”
Paris Hilton appears in the “Just Lose It” video as a hot club-goer that Eminem tries to come onto. A young Alyson Stoner also busts a move in the high-energy clip.
“‘Bout to go ham, ya bish, shout out to Kendrick,” Eminem exclaims, as Kendrick Lamar appears behind his fellow rapper in the clip. Similarly, Kid Rock hops in the scene to the tune of the lyrics, “Yes siree, ‘Bob’, I was thinking the same thang / So come get on this Kid’s rock, Baw with da baw, dang-dang.”
Throughout the visual, producer Rick Rubin stands alongside Eminem.