Ever so stunning, Diana Ross looked gorgeous in an enticing black gown at CBS’ Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration, where she captivated the audience with her beautiful performance.
The star looked graceful as she took the stage in a stunning draped V-neck dress with a ruched neckline. She looked like a diva with her long necklace and matching drop earrings and elbow-length lace gloves.
The Queen of Motown was not the only one who performed at the TV special honor of the 60th anniversary of Motown Records, which was hosted by Cedric the Entertainer and Smokey Robinson. Stars including Fantasia, Meghan Trainor, Boyz II Men, Stevie Wonder, and John Legend all took the stage.
Diana, who recently celebrated her 75th birthday, filmed “Mowtown 60: A GRAMMY Celebration.” Motown was founded by Berry Gordy in 1959.
The legendary singer performed a heart-touching medley of songs from 1972’s “Lady Sings The Blues” and 1972’s “Mahagony”, two of the movies produced by Motown. She dedicated the performance to the legendary Motown founder Berry Gordon.
Gordy smiled tearfully from the crowd as Diana thanked him for all that he has done for her and many others.
Diana’s spirit is ageless no matter how much she ages. The star recently celebrated her “diamond birthday” in a fabulous orange dress.
The ruffled dress was embellished with sparkling jewels on the top and a sequin bow in the front. She paired the stunning dress with nude tights, strappy metallic gold wedges, and orange jewel earrings.
Later, the diva changed into a silky black gown with a plunging neckline paired with bright pink, cropped feather jacket. The equally stunning outfit was paired with same metallic gold wedges and nude tights while her orange jewel earrings were replaced by a pair of chunky diamond earrings.
Beyoncé serenaded the legendary icon with a “Happy Birthday” song in front of her star-studded guests.