We know Tracee Ellis Ross as a talented actress, fashionista and our favorite homie on the ‘Gram, but did you know she could sing, too?

The Blackish star joined mom Diana Ross on the final night of her residency at The Venetian in Las Vegas, when her mother surprisingly stopped the show to share the stage with her. The mother-daughter duo took on Billie Holiday’s classic “Lady Sings The Blues, creating musical magic.

“My favorite part was me burying my head into her shoulder,” Ross wrote on her personal website. “It has been ages since I’ve hidden so deeply in my mother’s embrace and it was awesome.”

Who would have ever thought the outgoing actress was ever shy? In her blog post, the 43-year-old blushed: “I still get nervous all the time, but I never let it stop me and I’m certainly not afraid of performing. But, somehow, by the time I stepped onto the stage it was as if I was six years old again! There’s something about singing. It’s no joke trying to do that as the child of Diana Ross, let alone while standing by her side onstage.” Who knows —maybe the two will do a song together next?