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Black-ish star and daughter of the iconic Diana Ross channeled her mother's 1981 video 'Work That Body' in a fun and uplifting video.

Dominique Hobdy
Aug, 25, 2015

Tracee Ellis Ross is basking in the glory of her mother Diana Ross and we can't help but to understand why. Recently, she gifted fans with a rendition of Lady Sings the Blues and this week she recreated her mother's 1981 'Move That Body' music video.

Tracee had a positive message to go along with the clip, encouraging women to enjoy being in their bodies without objectifying themselves as her mother did.

“I decided to recreate the video and try to feel the joy of being in my body while offering up tribute to my glorious mother,” Ellis Ross wrote.

 
 

A video posted by Tracee Ellis Ross (@traceeellisross) on Aug 22, 2015 at 5:26pm PDT

 

She also mentions in her caption that the video is a part of a secret project so perhaps there's more to come? We sure hope so. Go Tracee!