Rihanna is Taking a 777 Jet on a Seven-Day Tour of Seven Concerts in Seven Countries
Posted by Newson 11/02/2012 at 2:12 PM
Say what you will about Rihanna, but girl knows her publicity stunts. To promote the upcoming release of Unapologetic, Rih-Rih has chartered a 777 jet to take her on a whirlwind tour of seven countries in seven days. Entirely coincidentally, Unapologetic is her seventh album in as many years. Funny how that works out!
Rihanna’s Flying Circus (OK, officially it is the “777 Tour” but we like our name better) will make stops in Mexico City, Toronto, Stockholm, Paris, Berlin, London and New York City for what’s being billed as a series of “intimate” concerts for the Rihanna Navy. Are we going to hear “We Found Love,” the Unplugged version? Can we expect cellos?
Joining Rihanna on the tour will be a plane full of fans and journalists from 82 countries—including one from Popdust. We are so excited, and you should be too! The tour kicks off November 14, and we’ll be providing you with live updates from the sky all week. Will Rihanna share her peanuts with us? Will anyone dance to “Diamonds”? Will Chris Brown make an appearance? Follow us for answers!
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