Joss Stone says she was deported from Iran
(CNN) - Joss Stone was deported from Iran this week, the British soul singer said on Instagram, thwarting her attempt to perform in every country on earth. Stone said she was detained for a night and deported the following morning in the Middle Eastern country, the final nation on her "Total World Tour." "Our very last country on the list was Iran," Stone wrote on Instagram on Wednesday, alongside a short video. It is unclear exactly what Stone planned to do in Iran. In her Wednesday post, Stone praised "the most friendly charming and welcoming immigration people" in Iran, who she said were apologetic about the decision to deport her and her entourage.