Ross celebrated her 75th birthday yesterday (March 26) with a party at the Hollywood Palladium. Among those invited were P. Diddy, Motown founder Berry Gordy, DJ Khaled, Khloe Kardashian and French Montana.
Asked by Ross’ daughter Tracee Ellis Ross if she wanted to sing, Beyoncé then took the mic to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to the Supremes legend. Watch a clip of the moment unfolding below.
“Thank you all, I’m so blessed to have so many people to share this with me,” Ross said afterwards. “I love you so much.”
Last weekend, Ross publicly spoke out in support of the late Michael Jackson following allegations of sexual abuse which were recently made against him in the controversial film Leaving Neverland.
Taking to Twitter, Ross said that she had to say “what’s on my heart this morning” and declared: “I believe and trust that Michael Jackson was and is A magnificent incredible force to me and to many others.” Her comments sparked a divisive response on social media.
Elsewhere, Beyoncé was recently among a number of big-name stars who were reimagined as ’80s musicians by an Instagram artist.