Diana Ross won't let anything get in the way of a performance, not even a car crash.
Ross was involved in a two-vehicle accident on Wednesday afternoon in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, while she was being transported to a performance venue where she was set to perform later that day.
According to the Bethlehem Police Department, a 22-year-old New Jersey woman driving an Acura SUV struck the singer's Lincoln Town Car limo after running a stop sign.
The woman did not suffer from any injuries and was cited for a stop sign violation. Ross' town car was towed from the scene.
According to the Bethlehem Police Department, Ross "complained of head and neck pain," and was treated by Bethlehem City Paramedics.
The 72-year-old singer also indicated that she would seek further treatment on her own.
Ross assured her fans on social media that she had not been seriously injured in the car crash, and that her upcoming performance at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center would not be affected by the accident.
"I was involved in a car accident yesterday, but I'm fine. I ask you not to worry," Ross wrote on Twitter. "I will see you tonight at the show in Providence."
Ross is currently in the middle of her "In the Name of Love" tour.