Diana Ross was injured when a 4X4 vehicle ran through a stop sign and crashed into the limousine carrying her in Pennsylvania.
Police in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, said the 72-year-old singer complained of head and neck pain after the crash on Wednesday afternoon. She was treated at the scene by paramedics and indicated she would seek further treatment on her own.
No one else was hurt. The car she was in was towed away.
The former member of The Supremes performed as scheduled at the Sands casino complex in Bethlehem later on Wednesday.
Police said the driver of the 4X4 vehicle received a traffic citation.