Diana Ross will receive a tribute honouring her lengthy music career at the Grammy Awards next year.
The legendary soul singer is to be presented with a lifetime achievement award for her contribution to the recording industry. Astonisingly, the 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' hitmaker has received numerous Grammy nominations throughout her 50-year-long career, but has never won an award.
Diana made her name as a member of the Supremes before going solo and clocking up 18 number one singles in the US.
Also being celebrated will be Gil Scott-Heron, who sadly passed away in May.
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