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Tracee Ellis Ross, 48, Looks Identical To Her Mom Diana Ross In Metallic Crop Top — See Pic

Tracee Ellis Ross demonstrated she is a carbon copy of her mom, Diana Ross when she shared an in the background snap from ‘The High Note’. See the clone pics.

Tracee Ellis Ross has given fans an in the background look at her part as Grace Davis in The High Note. The dark ish star, 48, took to Instagram on January 15 to share a progression of pics and recordings — and she looks precisely like her incredible mother, Diana Ross! In the main clasp, Tracee postured for a photoshoot wearing only high-waisted dark jeans, and a metallic, bare-backed yield top. She likewise shook a dark choker, and styled her hair in fun twists. “Who’s been watching Grace Davis in #TheHighNote on @hbomax,” she subtitled the post, referring to her job as the hotshot diva in the 2020 flick.

Tracee’s IG post likewise included clasps of her moving on the arrangement of a photoshoot in a sequin dress, alongside a video montage of her learning the character’s movement. She stars close by 50 Shades Of Gray entertainer Dakota Johnson who depicts her own associate Grace. Dakota recently addressed TheMagazineCity about her character, and spouted about Tracee’s ability. “Tracee is truly inconceivable. She is very gifted and too shrewd and excessively kind and has truly changed into an out and out symbol,” Dakota raved.

Tracee’s mom Diana Ross. Image: MEGA

Tracee has additionally utilized her foundation to have significant conversations. On January 14, she took to Instagram to the new uproars at the Capitol and proceeded with distress in America. The Emmy chosen one talked about her passionate battles and dread that comes from the condition of the world. “There’s been a great deal of feelings and sentiments to measure in the course of the most recent a few days, on top of all the other things we’ve been managing in our homes, our networks, and our reality,” she wrote in her subtitle. “Simply needed offer a delicate suggestion to pause for a minute, take some full breaths, put down all the ‘stuff’ you’ve been conveying and love on yourself. I’m reminding myself as well.”