Elton John and Eminem's performance of "Stan" during the 2001 Grammy Awards is one of the more iconic musical moments of this century.
That's because Eminem's lyrical content had gotten him labeled a homophobe and at the time John was arguably the most famous gay man in the world.
During an appearance on the Graham Norton Show, John revisited that performance -- and offered up further proof that Shady is anything but anti-gay.
"He was accused of being homophobic by so many people because of his lyrics, which I thought was nonsense," he said of the reaction to Eminem's 2000 album The Marshall Mathers LP. "I came out and supported the fact that he isn’t and I appeared on the Grammys with him, doing ‘Stan.'"
From there, a friendship blossomed. In fact, when John got hitched to David Furnish in 2006, Em sent him quite the wedding gift.
"From my marriage... When David and I did our civil partnership, I got this package from Eminem. It shows you how homophobic he isn't," he recalled. "We had two diamond-encrusted cock rings on velvet cushions."
John added that he's never used the cock rings.
[Related: Eminem furious that Donald Trump hasn't responded to his BET cypher.]