(AllHipHop News) Diana Ross has lavished praise on Sean "Diddy" Combs' twin girls after they performed a "Dreamgirls" song and dance routine at a school talent show.
Over the weekend, the rap mogul posted video footage of his 12-year-old daughters Jessie and D'Lila onstage with a friend at the event, where they covered the title song from the 2006 film adaptation of hit Broadway musical Dreamgirls.
The movie, starring Beyonce, Jennifer Hudson, and Anika Noni Rose, is loosely based on the legacy of Ross' original R&B/soul trio, The Supremes, and after coming across Diddy's social media post, the 74-year-old icon was impressed.
She shared the clip on her Twitter page and captioned it, "Loving these beautiful girls @The_Combs_Twins looking like the Supremes @Diddy."
In the footage, the proud dad can be heard cheering on his girls from the audience, exclaiming in the clip, "Yes baby! OK, I see you! Yeah!"
"MY BABIES KILLED IT !!! dream girls. So proud. JUST LIKE THEIR MOMMY @ladykp," he captioned the post, referencing their late mother, model Kim Porter, who died from pneumonia in November (18), aged 47.
Diddy had also shown off a video of himself helping his daughters to perfect their choreography.
In addition to the twins, Porter was also mother to Diddy's 20-year-old son, Christian.