target="_blank">teasedthe upcoming video for their latest Mylo Xyloto single, "Princess of China," during a tour stop in Edmonton, Canada, giving concertgoers their first look at Rihanna rocking the "gangsta
goth geisha" look she tweeted about from the video's set in March.
During the band's performance of the song, the Bajan pop diva appeared on an overhead video in full-on goddess mode with multiple sets of hands fanning out behind her and moving to the beat of the song.
The guys of Coldplay are big fans of the "We Found Love" singer and told MTV News last year that they were excited to work with her because it was an opportunity to cross genres.
"Her bit on our record is my favorite bit," frontman [article id="1677516"]Chris Martin told MTV News[/article] in September. "When the song came out, it sort of asked for her to be on it. And I think at this point, we have nothing to lose, and so we've been trying some new things and trying to break down the perceived boundaries between different types of music."
Coldplay have not yet announced when the full "Princess of China"
video will premiere.
Rihanna, who is also featured in [article id="1682678"]Drake's "Take Care" video[/article], is readying her own clip for her new single [article id="1683252"]"Where Have You Been."[/article] She hasn't said when the video will debut, but she posted some sexy stills from the clip to her Facebook earlier this week.