Yes, Diana Ross Really Does Play DJ Khaled's 'All I Do Is Win' at Her Concerts

During DJ Khaled's acceptance speech for best rap/hip-hop song at the 2017 American Music Awaerds in Los Angeles on Sunday night (Nov. 19), you might have caught a more unexpected bless-up mixed in between all of Khaled's collaborator shoutouts: "I wanna thank Diana Ross for singing 'All I Do Is Win' at all her concerts."

Yes, that Diana Ross -- the one receiving the lifetime achievement award at this year's AMAs and the one whose biggest hits with original group The Supremes came a solid half-century before most of Khaled's. So you'd be forgiven for wondering: Does she really cover Khaled's "All I Do Is Win" live?

Turns out, yes: She does it as part of a medley, along with her own "Reach Out & Touch (Somebody's Hand)" and her version of Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive." (Maybe not all her concerts, but at least a large number of them, including at her recent Las Vegas residency.)

Watch video of one such medley below, with the "All I Do Is Win" portion beginning around the 6:36 mark.

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