Diana Ross was among the many singers who performed at the annual tree-lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center in New York City on Wednesday night, and the R&B musician shone.

Ross, 74, closed out the show with a medley of classic Christmas songs, including “Wonderful Christmastime,” “Someday at Christmas” and one of her own tunes, “Home.”

“You have got to be in the [Christmas] spirit after hearing that incredible performance,” NBC Today Show host Savannah Guthrie said of Ross’s performance.

Twitter users seemed to like her performance too:

“Love how Diana Ross is like f— the mic, I’ll just have my hair blowing in my face,” one person tweeted.

“Diana Ross ain’t having it today! Y’all know I can sing, just play my s— & let me stand up there!” joked a second.

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Other artists who performed at Rockefeller Center in Manhattan included a cappella group PentatonixTony Bennett and Diana Krall. 

Bennett, 92, and Krall appeared to stumble and falter several times throughout their set, however. The duo missed cues while performing songs like “The Christmas Song” and “I’ll Be Home for Christmas.”

Rockefeller Center’s tree-lighting ceremony is well known for being a major event in New York just weeks before the holidays. Locals and tourists alike can gather at the plaza to take photos with the giant tree, go ice skating and more.

Canadian Deal or No Deal host Howie Mandel also attended the tree-lighting.