Hollywood’s most diva stars, Diana Ross, celebrated her 75th birthday on Tuesday, March 27th, in Los Angeles and let’s just say her party spared no expense!
The icon celebrated her 75th birthday amongst some of her closest family and friends along some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. While celebrating the first half of her birthday (Yes- this evening had two major moments), the star was serenaded by two of the most famous singers in history, Beyonce and Robin Thicke. After the Grammy-winning superstars honored the birthday girl, it was on to the next venue!
Diana Ross took a ride down Sunset Boulevard in a Rolls-Royce convertible around midnight where we met more friends and party goers at the famous Hollywood Palladium. Dressed in one of her five outfits of her night- this time a vivacious orange gown- the star approached the stage where she gave all of her guests a disco-performance.
Diana opened the show with her iconic anthem “I’m Coming Out” before wowing her crowd with the equally chanted song, “Stop! In The Name Of Love.” The star made sure to share the stage with more mega-famous names, including Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, Stevie Wonder, and the returned guest, Robin Thicke.
Stars including television personalities such as Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, and Khloe Kardashian, made sure to share footage of the night with their millions of followers, while broadcasting legend, Gayle King, made sure reference the night the next morning on Entertainment Tonight.
Throughout the night, attendees shared footage from the birthday girl serenading her guests with adored fans and equally famous friends. At 75 years old, Diana Ross proved to have the most exciting birthday bash anyone has seen. With five outfit changes and song after song performed in front of her favorites, the night was absolutely magical.
Diana Ross made sure to continue adding to the excitement of the evening introducing something very exciting: a concert feature film! The film, “Diana Ross: Her Life, Love and Legacy,” will feature some very exciting never-before-seen footage from her famous 1983 Central Park concert along with some very personal content. The film will only be available for one night on March 28th! Will you viewing?!
Share this story on Facebook!