Rihanna is certainly an unstoppable force with the singer smashing yet another record on her mammoth 'Diamonds' world tour after performing the biggest show ever seen in Tel Aviv by a female last night.
While the 25-year-old may be coming towards the end of the 97-date jaunt, the shows only seem to be getting bigger with RiRi hitting the stage at the Yarkon Park stadium in Israel yesterday evening where she performed tracks from her latest album 'Unapologetic' to an incredible 52,000-strong audience, proving her status once again as one of pop's biggest stars.
Rihanna performing in Poland this summer (Newspix.pl/WENN.com)
Celebrating her astonishing achievement once again, RiRi shared several photos from the show on Instagram while bragging about her feat, writing: “#TelAviv THANK YOU for making tonight so big for me! We sold out, and became biggest female show in histoRIH to play in your home!! #NAVY,” adding: “#TelAviv #52000 #stadiumstatz.”
It seems as though RiRi's schedule has been even more hectic than usual with the star jetting back and forth from the Middle East and Greece over the last few days to take part in a photo shoot for her next River Island collection. Updating fans with her jet-setting status, RiRi later tweeted: “Woke up in #Greece , went the office in #Israel , and we are on our way to #DR #Tuesdayz #WorldWideMess #takeoff #JahBless.”
RiRi performing in Abu Dhabi this weekend (Rihanna/Instagram)
The 'We Found Love' singer will get to enjoy a few days break before resuming the final leg in the Dominican Republic on October 26 before playing the last few dates of the tour which includes a night in her native Barbados, Houston and New Orleans.
Of course, this isn't the first time RiRi has broken a record on the tour – earlier this month, she became the youngest female artist to perform at stadiums in both Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa.
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