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After an introduction from her son Evan, Diana Ross took the stage at the Microsoft Theater for a rare performance in honor of her American Music Award for lifetime achievement. After performing several of her greatest hits, the singer was joined on stage by her family, where she received the statuette and, from one of her grandchildren, her favorite fanny pack.
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"She performed such hits as "The Best Years of My Life", "I'm Coming Out", Take Me Higher", "Ease on Down the Road" and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough". The singer made a statement by wearing a strapless black dress that she paired with a tulle headpiece. First the queen of Instagram strut her stuff on the red carpet in an edgy Coach leather dress, and then she stripped down into a Ginia Satin slip and sneakers for her performance. "I feel so humbled by this".
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Diana tearfully gave a speech for the milestone moment saying, "This is all about love, This is my family and I'm sending love out there to each and everyone one of you-our global family. We are so proud to present you with the American Music Award for Lifetime Achievement!"
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