Rihanna was painting a wall today in a community center. Click the banner to view first pictures from her volunteer work and press conference.
- The show will be the very same as “Last Girl on Earth”
- She’s really grateful for everything Orange did to organise this show
- She won’t say what she wrote on a paper sheet that she put in the West Wall (it’s a prayer)
- She love Israel and says it’s worth coming there
- She thinks it’s surreal to have such an influence on people and it’s cool to see all her fans to come together and help just to go for her concert
- “Live life to it’s fullest do not be affraid to be yourself [...] Know who you are and believe in that and just rock out” that’s her message to all her fans
Rihanna promised fans the full show on Sunday at Bloomfield, “It’s My First Time in Israel and I’m thrilled”.
Rihanna’s performance on Sunday will held at Bloomfield stadium in Tel-Aviv, and tonight (Saturday) – about 24 hours before the event the popular singer held a press conference in Israel.
The interview was broadcast live on BBC and was held at Scouts Kfir Neve Ofer in Tel-Aviv, where Rihanna spent the Saturday evening. She helped to paint a wall for half an hour with young volunteers at the local community center. This is a part of the event organised by Orange RockCorps. In order to see Rihanna live young people could help in community work to get their free tickets.
“We were on tour in the recent weeks and for most of us this is the first time in Israel,” said Rihanna. “The previous day we’ve visted Jerusalem and saw all the children. This is a great experience for me. I’m excited about the show. We are after a long tour, but we’ll be doing here a full performance, with all the songs and dancers. You will not get less than others. I’m really excited, it will be a direct connection with the public. I’m in the mood for fun, so the show will be in this spirit. “
Rihanna talked about her first visit to Israel and the trip to Jerusalem and experiencing Abu Hummus – Gush . The singer refused to say what she wrote in the note that she put at the Western Wall.
“That’s between me and God and the wall, standing there for thousands of years.”
Rihanna talked about all the volunteers participating in the project.
“I did not believe that more than 10,000 young people will devote more than four hours of their time volunteering. When I was 16 I would not do something like that. I’m glad so many people volunteered.”