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Video: Rihanna Sheds Tears Onstage During France Concert

July 22, 2013 03:21:37 GMT

During her concert at France's Grande Stade Arena concert, the Bajan singer cries as she thanks her fans for their love and support.


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Rihanna had an emotional night when rocking the stage at Grande Stade Arena in Lille, France, on Saturday, July 20. The 25-year-old singer, who will soon wrap up the European leg of her Diamond World Tour, took the mic to give a shout out to her loyal fans.

"I love all you guys, thank you so much. I can't believe this s**t. Y'all make me so happy, this is everything that matters to me," the singer told the crowd. "And to stand here and feel the love in this room throughout this entire tour... It's coming to the end of the tour and it's sad. I hate saying goodbye. You guys showed me so much love in this room tonight."

"I don't know why the f**k, I'm crying, that's crazy, thank you so much. I love you guys its a Diamonds World tour so you know we can't leave yet," she added before belting out her hit single, "Diamonds".

After the performance, a fan took to Instagram to post a photo of Rihanna cyring. "You saw me crying and you started to cry. So much emotions for the last show. I miss you so much I love you," the fan captioned the photo.

Rihanna replied to the message, saying, "It's all your fault! LOLOLOLOLOLOL! I felt you! You help me to understand how a fan really thinks! The way you guys appreciate it all, it kills me I can't believe how much you guys really love me! You care so much, its overwhelming and yet so beautiful!"

"Thank you is all I can say! Thank you Thank you Thank you all! My fans are truly my gift from God! And I thank him everyday for it!" she continued.

Rihanna will finish touring European countries on July 28 in Finland. She will then visit some Asian, Australian and African countries before heading back to the U.S. next November.



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