Published: Thu, February 14, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Grammy Awards 2019: Diana Ross Gives ‘Supreme’ Birthday Performance

Grammy Awards 2019: Diana Ross Gives ‘Supreme’ Birthday Performance

A new film celebrating Diana Ross' life and music career will be screened across the United Kingdom on March 26 to celebrate her 75th birthday. Raif-Henok is Diana Ross' grandson by way of the legendary singer's daughter, Rhonda Ross Kendrick, and son-in-law, Rodney Kendrick.

Before launching into her hit 1970 single "Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand)", Ross told everyone she was celebrating her 75th birthday.

Ross will ring in her milestone birthday on March 26th.

In what was perhaps one of the most inspirational and jovial performances of the night, Ross celebrated music and urged the crowd to hold their arms up in the air to help shift around the energy in the room for her. "So, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome by grandmommy, Diana Ross!".

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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".

She talked to the crowd throughout the performance and ended it by twice declaring, "Happy birthday to me!"

If we are anything like Diana Ross when we're 75, well then we know we'll have done something right.

As hard as this may be to believe, Ross has only taken home one Grammy in her decades-long career - the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award.

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