Friday, 15 February, 2019

Diana Ross gives supreme birthday performance at Grammys | #100193

Diana Ross steals the stage at the Grammys Diana Ross blessed the stage at the Grammys Sunday night
Stacy Diaz | 14 February, 2019, 00:46

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.

Iconic singer Diana Ross was introduced on Sunday night by none other than her nine-year-old grandson - who adorably paved the way for his "grandmommy, Diana Ross".

Ross began her solo career in the late '60s, reaching No. 1 with such hits as "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "Love Hangover". The pop icon performed at the ceremony to celebrate her 75th birthday, which will take place in March. "She has shown the whole world that nothing is beyond our reach", he said, before adding: "Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my grand mommy Diana Ross!".

"Together we have no limits".

"She is fantastic and young people like me can look up to her for her independence, confidence and her willingness to be her unique self".

"#GRAMMYS Diana Ross' grandson stole the show", one social media user wrote. "Learn, dream, unlock new doors". 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.

Diana Ross is a living legend so, naturally, she's the only person who could possibly do a tribute to herself in honor of her 75th birthday.