Let Diana Ross' Grandkids Dancing at the AMAs Melt Your Cold, Icy Heart
So cute, so pure.
After last night's American Music Awards, I finally know who I'd like to spend Thanksgiving with this year: the Ross family.
Legendary singer Diana Ross was officially honored at the 2017 AMAs with a Lifetime Achievement Award, but she also won our unofficial World's Coolest Grandma Award when she took the stage to sing with her adorable grandkids.
The whole show was a family affair, with Ross' daughter, actress Tracee Ellis Ross, hosting the festivities. But it was the singer's grandkids that stole the whole darn AMAs when they joined Ross for her performance of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." Rhonda Ross's son, Raif (8), and Evan Ross' stepson, Bronx (9), and daughter, Jagger (2), all filed onstage to boogie with grandma.
No one was more pleased with the night than the 74-year-old's grandson, Raif-Henok. At the close of the show, he took the mic saying, "Grandma, I love you, and I'm so proud of you."