Players Finn Corrigan and Karen Johnson even publicly apologized to the legendary singer.
Listen to the legendary singer's new single, "Thank You," now.
"I would still love all of that, but what am I going to do, just sit around waiting?" the Golden Globe winner said.
“‘The Supremes’ will live on, in our hearts,” the music icon wrote.
The "Black-ish" actor said she feared she'd be "taken down and obliterated" by the public.
The agency is defending its reputation following the singer's flurry of outraged tweets.
Icons like Diana Ross, Barack Obama, Whitney Houston and Beyonce have all graced the red carpet with their style and their accomplishments.
Beyoncé soulfully did the impromptu honors on on the Motown great's 75th and addressed her in the song as "Miss Ross."
"STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE," she wrote on Twitter about the abuse claims continuing to trail the late singer.
These lucky kids got to stay up past their bedtimes.