Fox has exclusively taken on the upcoming worldwide premiere of Rihanna’s forthcoming documentary “Rihanna 777,” which is set to take place this coming May.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the documentary will give viewers a behind the scenes look at last year’s concert tour that hit seven countries in seven days to promote her seventh album ‘Unapologetic.’
Rihanna’s tour made several headlines last November as she flew 256 fans and international journalists with her on a Boeing 777 jet on a worldwide trek, which started in Los Angeles and traveled through Mexico City, Toronto, Stockholm, Paris, Berlin, London, and finally, back home to New York City.
The seven-day trip didn’t exactly leave the journalists happy though. They were more frustrated than anything as they complained about not having any access to Rihanna, along with the lack of sleep and food.
One journalist stated she was sick of the lack of Rihanna. Her last appearance on the plane with them was so brief and tense, that a photographer was even afraid to snap a picture.
The experience for those journalists had been a very unpleasant one, which left many of them wondering if this was the same pop star everyone has grown to love. But with all that said, this definitely paid off for Rihanna as her ‘Unapologetic’ album debuted at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100, just a day after the tour ended.
Rihanna is currently on her “Diamonds” World Tour, which kicked off March 8th in Buffalo NY, though Rihanna was forced to cancel two subsequent shows under doctor’s orders citing laryngitis. She has since recovered and is still continuing with the tour.