The Supremes perform ‘The Happening’ on The Ed Sullivan Show

The Supremes

It was May 7, 1967, and Ed Sullivan introduced his musical guest performing for The Ed Sullivan Show. Everyone was excited, and there was an electric energy in the studio.

The Supremes

The crowd applauded as The Supremes were named, and they were set to perform their number one song at the time, ‘The Happening.’ Instruments started playing, and the unforgettable performance began.

Mary Wilson stood front and center with Diana Ross and Florence Ballard on either side of her. The beautiful women wore yellow dresses and were adorned with bright and shiny jewelry.

The Supremes

Everything about them was eye-catching, but their voices were the most phenomenal part of their appearance. Behind them, various vibrant colors danced along to the music.

Their voices were angelic and powerful, and they danced in perfect synchronization as they sang. They had huge contagious smiles on their faces the entire time.

The Supremes

The trio’s talents were undeniable. Diana was leading the song and held a mic while her partners provided backup vocals. Together their voices blended as one, and the crowd was hypnotized by their performance.

By the end of their song, they were pointing and waving their hands. Their smiles were even wider at this point. The crowd went wild for their performance, and everyone was clapping.

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