Diana Ross proved her impeccable voice has the power to bring the world closer together. In celebration of her upcoming 75th birthday (March 26), she brought her grand style to the Grammy stage on Sunday night to perform an inspiring medley.
Introduced by her grandson (Raif-Henok Emmanuel Kendrick), Ross opened her diamond set with “The Best Years of My Life.” Donning a dramatic yet glamour red gown, Ross transitioned into “Reach Out and Teach (Somebody’s Hand)” as made her way to the center platform. While singing the touching lyrics, the global superstar encouraged everyone in Staples Center and at home to “learn, dream, [and] unlock new doors.”
Check out Ross’ grand performance below.
WATCH A TRUE ICONIC LEGEND show the girls how it's been done. Miss DIANA ROSS! pic.twitter.com/r5ut0Vaudx
— Opinionated Me (@opinion8dmecom) February 11, 2019
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