Diana Ross Receives Lifetime Achievement Award And Performes At The American Music Awards  

Posted on November 21, 2017


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There is only one Diana Ernestine Earle Ross and not matter what the young chicks that are out now none of them are doing nor have they achieved as much as Diana Ross.  Her music is timeless and fans are from young to senior citizens.  Well deserving of a lifetime achievement award the only problem was some of the favorites she did not perform.  It would have been great to hear Mahogany (Do You Know Where You Are Going To), Touch Me In The Morning, or Good Morning Heartache, but with so many hit song it must have been difficult to determine what she would actually sing.  

Fans of the Motown era and of good music were blessed with something truly special last night during the American Music Awards. There were mixed reactions to the Whitney Houston tribute performed by Christina Aguilera, but when the incomparable Diana Ross stepped into the building to perform a medley of her hits and to receive a much-deserved lifetime achievement award, the world looked on in awe of her brilliance.

 Introduced by her son, Evan Ross, and a montage of some of her greatest moments, Diana Ross descended a golden staircase wearing a huge purple boa and singing the classic “I’m Coming Out,” followed by “Take Me Higher,” “Ease On Down The Road,” “Best Years of My Life,” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” At 73 years old, she showed that she is still the best to ever do!

Diana Ross was joined on stage by her children and her grandchildren, as well as a few special friends, including Smokey Robinson and the founder of Motown Records, Berry Gordy. Relive the incredible performance and the special moment that followed with the clip below.