As the entire world watched and commented on what they thought happened or who was to blame, Rihanna says she felt completely "humiliated" after Chris Brown beat her in 2009.
Answering a question posed by Oprah, regarding the "circus" of speculation and overall coverage, Rihanna said "nobody" could feel what she felt.
"Nobody could feel that more than me. I was hurt the most. Nobody felt what I felt," says Rihanna. "It happened. It happened to me in front of the world."
Sitting with Oprah in her home overlooking the ocean, Rihanna went on to say everything that happened was hurtful.
"It was embarrassing. It was humiliating. It was hurtful," she says in video below.
In related news, Rihanna admits there are times when she misses Chris Brown. Claiming there are places like hotel rooms and venues they were in together before, Rihanna says memories of what once was pop up.
"I'm reminded of a lot of things. A lot of good memories. The slightest things...hotel rooms, tour venues -- any little thing -- music (and) songs. I do miss him at times," says Rihanna.
Rihanna's full interview with Oprah, on "Oprah's Next Chapter," airs Sunday night at 9 p.m. on OWN.