Diana Ross to celebrate her birthday with 2019 Grammy performance
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There are very few people on this planet that still ooze the sensuality of their younger selves like the 74-year-old Diana Ross still does to this day. As lead singer of The Supremes, Diana Ross was a member of the best charting girl group in US history and one of the best selling girl group's of all-time. The Supremes released chart-topping hits like "See About Me," "Baby Love," and "Stop! In The Name Love." Diana's solo career is just as successful, with the release of number one hits like "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "I'm Coming Out," and "Upside Down." 

With so much mainstream success under her belt, it would only make sense that the Queen of Motown and Disco would bring in her birthday with a legendary performance on the biggest stage of all of music. On Feb. 10, Ross will put on a special 75th Diamond Diana birthday live show for attendees and viewers of the 61st Annual Grammy Awards despite Diana's real birthday being on March 26. Throughout her career, Diana Ross has been nominated for a Grammy a total of twelve times and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Recording Academy in 2012. So, what better way than to give Diana her roses while she's still here than celebrate her illustrious career with a one-time performance at the Grammys. 

Diana Ross will begin her Diamond Diana Las Vegas residency on Feb. 6 through Feb. 23 (Tickets) and will continue to perform around the globe for her massive fanbase. Be sure to watch Diana Ross' 75th Diamond Diana performance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 10 at 8pm ET on CBS. Also, check out Diana Ross' 2017 American Music Awards performance in the video link provided above and lastly, stick with AXS for all of your ticketing needs.