Diana Ross gives ‘supreme’ birthday performance at Grammys

Diana Ross gives ‘supreme’ birthday performance at Grammys

At the 2019 Grammy Awards, songstress Diana Ross wished herself a 75th birthday like few can - singing away, surrounded by her family members, and to an audience that gladly sang along.

"Did she say little guy?" the little boy said about host Alicia Keys, who had announced him.

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

She'll be celebrating all year with a new show that continues this month at Wynn Las Vegas through February 23, 2019. "I'm nearly 4ft 9". "She has shown the whole world that nothing is beyond our reach", he said with all the confidence in the world.

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The music icon then asked the audience to sing along with her. "There's only success ahead, and you can lead the way".

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

The film - directed by the award-winning Steve Binder, executive produced by Ross and produced by music/media producer Spencer Proffer - also covers the iconic free concert she put on in New York's Central Park in 1983.

But her Grammys experience began years earlier with two nominations as one third of The Supremes, in 1964 and 1965 for "Baby Love" and "Stop in the Name of Love", respectively. Also there was Motown creator Berry Gordy, 89, the father of Diana's oldest child, Rhonda.