Rihanna Rocks The 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival; Confirms ‘Diamonds’ Release Date

Published On September 22, 2012 | Celebrities, Music News

Rihanna took her signature style and seductive moves to the 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival stage yesterday (September 21st) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and she put on quite a show for her Navy.

With a 14-song set, RiRi closed out the festival in a custom made Jeremy Scott jersey dress with a New Era fitted and Jordans. She brought her Egyptian theme to the stage and performed her major hits including ‘What’s My Name,’ ‘Run This Town,’ ‘Talk That Talk,’ ‘Cockiness,’ ‘Where Have You Been’ and so much more.

“Tonight is the first night of the iHeart Radio Music Festival, so you guys should be feeling really f*cking special right now,” she told the sold-out crowd. “Tonight we need to make history, right? So I don’t want anybody in this building acting shy—nobody. I want ya’ll to get real cocky with me.”

After her impressive performance, Rihanna revealed that her highly anticipated single ‘Diamonds’ will premiere on the ‘Elvis Duran & the Morning Show’ on September 26th at 8am ET.

Watch Rihanna Announce ‘Diamonds’ Below:

Watch Rihanna’s 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival Set Below:

Only Girl In The World

Talk That Talk

Where Have You Been




Birthday Cake

What’s My Name

Run This Town

Don’t Stop The Music

Live Your Life

All Of The Lights


We Found Love

Photo Credit: Getty Images.

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