New Diana Ross documentary gets United Kingdom screening dates

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The music legend opened her performance with her hit "The Best Years of My Life".

Diana Ross brought back-to-back hits for her 75th birthday Grammy's performance!

Diana Ross was first welcomed to the stage by her 9-year-old grandson Raif-Henok Emmanuel Kendrick, who said his "grandmummy" has "shown the world that nothing is beyond her reach".

Shortly after, she segued into "Reach Out and Touch", embracing the crowd as she made her way towards the middle stage while also calling for unity among her peers and fans - including Jaden Smith.

People on Twitter nearly immediately pointed out that at the end of her performance, she said, "Happy birthday to me!" The pop icon performed at the ceremony to celebrate her 75th birthday, which will take place in March.

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

Her onstage vibrancy will likely be matched by new and spectacular wardrobe changes-showcasing the signature style Ross has always rocked during her performances.

As hard as this may be to believe, Ross has only taken home one Grammy in her decades-long career - the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award.

She also earned an Oscar nomination for her role in "Lady Sings the Blues".

Raif-Henok went on to thank Alicia Keys for the kind words that she said about Diana Ross.

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