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24 October 2013, 10:01 | Updated: 24 October 2013, 11:41
The 'Stay' singer gave the biggest ever show by a female in Tel Aviv this week on her world tour.
Rihanna's 'Diamonds' tour broke records again this week during her sold-out concert performance in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The 'Where Have You Been' singer took to Twitter soon after the show on Wednesday (23rd October) to reveal her performance at the Yarkon Park stadium in front of a 52,000 strong audience had broken records for the city's biggest show by a woman.
"#TelAviv THANK YOU for making tonight so big for me!" Rihanna tweeted soon after the show. "We sold out, and became the biggest female show in histoRIH to play in your home!! #NAVY.
"#TelAviv #52000 #stadiumstatz," she later added.
The Bajan superstar has been splitting her time over the past week between shows across the Middle East and filming a brand new shoot for her Christmas River Island collection out in Greece.
Rihanna is set to bring her 'Diamonds' tour to a close with a show in New Orleans on 15th November.