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The ‘Stay’ singer has released a video teasing what visuals fans can expect from her new tour.
Rihanna has given her fans a preview of what to expect from the stage at her forthcoming 'Diamonds' world tour.
The tour kicks off in North America in three days time and will be arrive in the UK this summer.
The video, which you can watch below, shows RiRi's production assistant, Cody Osbourne, claiming that they had "probably been working on this for close to eight millions hours and there's about three million more hours to go".
The crew has been designing the stage since late last year and it has been in construction for approximately five weeks now.
As Rihanna's 'You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)/ plays in the background, the 'We Found Love' star's production manager, Joe Sanchez, said: "We're gonna have 58 touring crew which is the biggest tour Rihanna's ever done… This is definitely a bigger show; it's a more complex show, absolutely. There's a lot of flown innovative elements that have never really been done before."
Check out the preview of the 'Diamonds' world tour stage:
RiRi has also given fans a sneak peak of her dance routine for new song 'Pour It Up' on her 'Diamonds' world tour.
Meanwhile, the singer turned fashion designer as she arrived in London yesterday to launch her first fashion collection for high street store River Island, which goes on general sale today.