Those are just a few of the Motown legends who are, ahem, alive and could have been a part of the Grammys' 60th anniversary tribute to the label that launched them and many other black artists into stardom.
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A number of viewers shared their dissatisfaction with Lopez's performance online. "I could cry. It's such a good moment". She sang classics like "Do You Love Me" while donning several outfits in an act with Smokey Robinson and others.
"I want to dedicate the performance to my mom; it's the music we listened to in our living room - The Temptations The Supremes - this is her music and I grew up on it", she said.More news: Marvel & Hulu Ink Pact For ‘Howard The Duck’ Animated Series + More - TCA
She added that Grammy producers and Motown icon Berry Gordy were "thrilled" about her involvement. They argued the Grammys should've chosen an African American singer. "You gotta do what's in your heart".
"They know how much I have been influenced by that music and so it was a natural fit for them", Lopez shared.More news: Ronaldo on Target as Juve go 11 Points Clear
The Latin singer-actress hit the Grammys stage on Sunday inserting her energetic dance-pop flavor into memorable Motown melodies such as "Dancing Machine" and "Dancing in the Street".
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