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The Last Girl on Earth was the third concert tour by Rihanna. The tour visited Europe, Asia, North America and Australia to support her fourth studio album, Rated R.

The tour was directed by Jamie King, who has previously worked with Madonna, Britney Spears and Avril Lavigne. Tina Landon, who has worked with Janet Jackson, will serve as choreographer. The creative director for the tour is Simon Henwood who was also the creative director of her 2009 album.

SETLIST:

“Mad House” (Video Introduction) (contains excerpts of “Disturbia”)
“Russian Roulette”
“Hard”
“Shut Up and Drive”
“Fire Bomb”
“Disturbia”
“Rockstar 101?
“Rude Boy”
“Wonderwall”
“Hate That I Love You”
“Rehab”
“Unfaithful”
“Stupid in Love”
“Te Amo”
“Don’t Stop the Music”
“Breakin’ Dishes”
“The Glamorous Life”
“Let Me”
“SOS”
“Take a Bow”
“Wait Your Turn”/”Live Your Life”/”Run This Town”
“Umbrella”

BROADCAST:

One of the two concerts at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow, Scotland, was recorded and partially broadcast by several radio stations across Europe on May 26, 2010. The concert in Manchester was recorded and later broadcast by a German radio station. Additionally, the concert on June 5 at the Rock in Rio Festival in Madrid, Spain, was broadcast by Spanish television network TVE — watch here. No official DVD for the tour has been released or announced.