Tracee Ellis Ross, Star of ABC’s Black-ish, has a gift to make us laugh, but did you know she can also sing? Well, seeing as how her mother is Diana Ross, surely she was blessed with the singing gene. Diana Ross was performing at the Venetian Theater in Las Vegas when she brought out her daughter to sing “Lady Sings the Blues.”
Tracee posted a clip to Instagram where she commented, “Last week, in #Vegas, my #mom, out of nowhere, stopped her show and asked me to come onstage and sing. I think the last time my mom asked me to sing I was 5 or 6 years old. I swear at first I thought she said Evan (my brother @RealEvanRoss, a singer, who was also there). But then I realized she said my name, and before I could think, I was walking toward the stage! To see and hear the rest of the story click the link in the bio or go to TraceeEllisRoss.com. #RossFamilyRocks”
Tracee caught a little bit of stage fright as she joked with the crowd, and asked for the house lights to be brought up. At the end of the performance she hugs her very proud looking mother. You can watch the video below!