Diana Ross To Perform, Receive Lifetime Achievement Award At AMAs

Diana Ross will appear during the upcoming American Music Awards ceremony.

Diana Ross is set to appear during the 2017 American Music Awards ceremony.

Dick Clark Productions reveals that Ross will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the show.

The music icon will also take the stage for a performance.

Ross has a history of noteworthy moments at the AMAs. She appeared at the first show in 1974 and has performed at numerous ceremonies (including the 1986 show, at which she was part of “We Are The World”).

She also hosted the show in 1986 and 1987 and was on-hand when Taylor Swift received the “Dick Clark Award for Excellence” in 2017.

The 2017 AMAs ceremony is set for November 19 at 8PM ET.

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