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Rihanna greets guests on the plane to her first stop on the 777 tour on November 14, 2012. The singer will wrap the tour Tuesday night at Webster Hall in NYC.
Where in the world is Rihanna?!
That's a question journalists traveling with the pop star on her globe-trotting 777 tour have been asking after the singer seemingly scaled back on interviews, sparking grumblings among the press corps.
So now, they're sending out a search party!
In a cheeky bit of ribbing, posters were handed out Tuesday on the flight from London to New York pronouncing Rihanna as "Missing."
The wink-wink flyer includes Ri-Ri's stats, birthday and physical description, along with the message: "Rihanna was last seen November 14 on a Boeing 777 giving champagne around. She has not been seen or heard from since. She sports numerous tattoos."
The sentiments certainly weren't lost on the singer: About five minutes before touching down in New York City, the songbird held a casual press conference that touched on some of the grumblings.
"This has been an experience every day--my sleeping was all done on this plane," she said. "I didn't get to spend as much time as I would have liked with you guys. I know you're tired as well."
She later added, "Thank you everybody for making this trip the s--t, honestly," saying that's she'd "do it again, but I'd sit back here so I can see the naked Australian next time."
That naked Australian, of course, would be the plane's resident streaker who dropped trou at the height of the press corps' mini-mutiny.
She was also psyched for her last show, which kicks off Tuesday night at Webster Hall in downtown Manhattan.
"We are going to go all the way--no mercy, that's what I mean," she said. "I'm going to put all my energy into this one show. It doesn't matter if I sleep tomorrow. "
After seven shows in seven cities over seven days? We're betting Ri-Ri could use loads of zzzzz's.