CBS and the Grammy Awards are celebrating 60 years of Motown by airing a two-hour star-studded event on Easter Sunday (April 21). Motown legend Smokey Robinson and stand-up comedian Cedric the Entertainer are the hosts on stage. Together they welcome Motown superstars including Diana Ross and Stevie Wonder and younger artists including Ciara, Eve and Jennifer Lopez, among others. JLo rocks one of her signature sequin bodysuits and thigh-high boots while singing The Contours song “Do You Love Me.”
Female singers Meghan Trainor, Fantasia, Chloe x Halle, Thelma Houston, Tori Kelly and Martha Reeves take turns in a “Women of Motown” medley. While wearing a head-to-toe leopard-print, double-breasted tuxedo and matching hat with a green satin ribbon, the 34-year-old American Idol winner Fantasia sings the Mary Wells song “My Guy” and nails it. The two-hour special Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration airs Sunday, April 21 at 8 pm.