Diana Ross gives emotional Grammys performance

Diana Ross 2019 Grammys Grammy Awards Performance

Diana Ross gives emotional Grammys performance

Grammy Awards host Alicia Keys invited the 9-year-old son to Rhonda Ross onstage, where he gave a speech about Diana before she put on a performance to celebrate her upcoming 75th birthday.

While singing the heartfelt track, Diana came into the audience where she reached out and touched her daughter Tracee Ellis Ross, and even got Jaden Smith to sing the song on the mic.

People on Twitter nearly immediately pointed out that at the end of her performance, she said, "Happy birthday to me!"

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The star, and longtime Grammys favorite, was introduced by her grandson, who captivated the crowd with a touch of humor and genuine admiration for this grandmother.

"Thank you for being here to celebrate my 75th birthday", she said to large applause.

"She has shown the world that nothing is beyond our reach", he said.

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Diana Ross delivered an unforgettable performance at the Grammys on Sunday, but the Internet was also buzzing about the music icon's grandson.

Ross finished with an inspirational message: "Learn, dream, unlock new doors".

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

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This isn't the first time that Ross has earned special recognition from the Recording Academy: In 2012, the singer was honored with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.

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