Diana Ross gives emotional Grammys performance

Diana Ross gives emotional Grammys performance

To kick things off, Ross celebrated "The Best Years of My Life", prompting pretty much everyone in the theater to stand and celebrate with her.

Raif-Henok Emmanuel Kendrick has the Internet declaring he "stole the show" after he spoke on-stage to introduce his grandmother Diana Ross' performance at the 2019 Grammys.

She then belted out her debut solo single, "Reach Out And Touch". "So, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my grand-mommy Diana Ross".

The movie is a part of Ross' year-long Diamond Diana celebrations to mark her 75th birthday.

The singer quite literally got everyone going as she told the crowd "don't be lazy", encouraging everyone to get up on their feet.

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Diana capped off her iconic performance with a message, telling the audience: "Together we have no limits".

The star, as so many people know, came of age in Detroit, Michigan, began singing with friends as a teen, and eventually led the 1960s trio the Supremes, who had such hits as "Come See About Me" and "You Can't Hurry Love".

Diana concluded her performance by yelling, "Happy Birthday to Me!"

Despite twelve nominations over two decades, Ross never won a competitive Grammy award for her music, though she was honored with the Recording Academy's 55th Annual Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012.

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