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. "Did she say 'little guy, '" Raif-Henok asked.
Raif-Henok Emmanuel Kendrick made his television debut during his aunt Tracee Ellis Ross's stint as host of the American Music Awards back in 2017.
Diana Ross is a living legend so, naturally, she's the only person who could possibly do a tribute to herself in honor of her 75th birthday.
Ross' first solo Grammy nomination was for Best Contemporary Vocal Performance-Female for the hit "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" at the 13th Grammy Awards in 1970. "She has shown the world that nothing is beyond our reach". She then walked through the crowd singing "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)".
"Together we have no limits". "There's only success ahead, and you can lead the way".
After telling the crowd "don't be lazy" as she prompted everyone to stand, she ended the performance by exclaiming, "Happy birthday to me!"
Her onstage vibrancy will likely be matched by new and spectacular wardrobe changes-showcasing the signature style Ross has always rocked during her performances. Despite being nominated 12 times, she's never won a single award, a staggering anomaly the Recording Academy attempted to resolve in 2012 when they bestowed upon her a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.