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20 November 2012, 15:48
The 'We Found Love' singer also says she "loves" getting to perform for her fans in London.
Rihanna says her current '777' world tour has been "so special" as she has got to see her fans "one on one" at more intimate venues around the globe.
The 'Diamonds' singer, who plays the final night of the around the world tour tonight (20th November) in New York City, says it was exciting to show off a different side to her performance.
"This tour has been so special," Rihanna revealed to Capital FM, during the Christmas lights switch on a Westfield Stratford in London yesterday (19th November). "This is like a completely different demeanour of performance than we've ever done.
"It's tinier venues so it's really intimate, you really get to see the fans' faces one on one and that's really special for me," she explained. "I love it, I'm having such a good time."
Rihanna's '777' tour has seen her perform in six different countries over the past six days, and her performance at the London Forum on Monday was said to be particularly special for the Bajan pop star.
Check out a picture of Rihanna performing in London on her '777' tour below:
"I love coming here. I have so many fans here, the fashion here, the music here," she added. "I love London".
Rihanna is set to kick off her 'Diamonds' world tour in 2012 in support of her newly released album 'Unapologetic'.
Listen to Rihanna talking to Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes, fresh from him joining her '777' world tour over the past week: