Seven days. Seven countries. One pop music superstar.
A plane full of bemused, annoyed fans and journalists.
Yup, it's that time. Rihanna's 777 Tour, which made headlines for all the wrong reasons last year, is finally debuting as a documentary tonight on Fox.
The seven-day, seven-country tour to celebrate the release of her new album, Unapologetic, turned out to be bedlam, but not the good kind of bedlam.
Just the literal definition of it.
The star, 25, invited 250 fans and journalists on her custom-designed VIP plane, but was MIA most of the time and didn't deliver the publicized perks.
Onboard guests blogged and Tweeted frustration about hunger on the plane, and the fact that Rihanna was rarely on it ... some dude ran around naked.
"Crowd chanted 'Just one quote!,' 'I need a headline!' and '#Occupy 777' while Aussie journo stripped naked and ran around," one writer Tweeted.
How much of the drama will be addressed in the documentary?
What will we learn about the singer's personal life, which is almost always in the news - especially today after Chris Brown and Rihanna split again?
It's unclear, but one quote from the 777 promo says it all:
"It's already feeling a little brutal," she says.