Diana Ross looks incredible, a month out from her 75th birthday

Diana Ross steals the stage at the Grammys

Diana Ross blessed the stage at the Grammys Sunday night

"The film, Diana Ross: Her Life, Love, and Legacy, covers her 1983 Central Park concert, considered one of the most important events in music and entertainment history, which was hit halfway through by a storm of epic proportions".

On March 26th, Diana Ross turns 75 years old.

Diana also walked through the audience during her rendition of "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)" and, in an impromptu moment, sang along with Will Smith's son Jaden. "Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my grand mommy Diana Ross!". "Happy Birthday to Me!" she exclaimed after concluding the performance.

Raif-Henok Emmanuel Kendrick made his television debut during his aunt Tracee Ellis Ross's stint as host of the American Music Awards back in 2017.

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

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

The singer - a proud mom and grandmother - was joined by her kids and grandchildren who were in the crowd to watch her "Diamond Diana" performance. Despite being nominated 12 times, she's never won a single award, a staggering anomaly the Recording Academy attempted to resolve in 2012 when they bestowed upon her a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

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