AceShowbiz - Diana Ross led the tributes to Berry Gordy as the record executive celebrated 60 years of his famous label Motown Records on Tuesday, February 12.
The former The Supremes star, who was a part of Motown's roster in the '60s, sang numerous songs, both on stage and sitting next to Berry, including "My Man".
"This is your legacy," she gushed. "I want you to know that you have been a gift to all of us."
John covered Motown act Marvin Gaye's "Mercy Mercy Me", Ne-Yo sang The Jackson 5's "I'll Be There", and Ciara belted out Rick James' "Give It to Me Baby", while Stevie closed out the all-star line-up performing more than half a dozen songs, accompanied by his harmonica.
"My dream was to make music for all people," Berry, 89, told the audience. "Well, my dream came true. I want to thank all of you fans, and your parents, and their grandparents. All around the world. I could say their great grandparents, but that would make me older than I want to be."
The concert comes days after Jennifer Lopez was criticised for her Motown medley at the Grammys on Sunday. Many viewers felt like an African-American artist should have been chosen for the honour, which saw Jennifer sing some of the genre's most famous songs, including "Dancing in the Street", "Please Mr. Postman" and "My Girl".