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- Diana Ross is an American soul, RandB and pop singer and actress.
- Diana Ross is the diva's diva.
- Diana Ross is a true legend.
- Diana Ross is one of the few artists to have two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
- Diana Ross was cast as the legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday in the Motown film production Lady Sings the Blues.
- Unlike Diana Ross, Terrell's singing had its basis in gospel training.
- In "Dreamgirls," due out in December, Beyonce plays Deena, a character not unlike Diana Ross.
- At the same time, Diana Ross began making her first solo recordings.
- De ellas Martha Reeves fue una de las que m--s minimiz-- el trabajo de Diana Ross, dando importancia a las otras dos componentes del grupo.
- Janet was the second glamorous black woman, first one being Diana Ross.
- Marketing) - Diana Ross is a global entertainment icon, a legendary musical treasure whose music has, for decades, inspired romance, happiness and joy.
- Singers who have signed on to sing some of Gordy's songs on the tribute album include Diana Ross, the Four Tops, the Temptations and Smokey Robinson.
- Diana Ross had her own autobiography, Secrets of a Sparrow: Memoirs, published in 1993.
- Jackson starred in the film The Wiz alongside mentor Diana Ross in 1978.
- Legendary singer Diana Ross produced a memorable performance at the Dubai Airshow Gala Dinner entertained over 4,000 guests.
- Sang with Diana Ross and Le Pamplemousse during the late-1970s.
- The color was amazing, and it was something that Diana Ross could wear.
- Gordy instead had the song released as the final Diana Ross & the Supremes single, though neither Mary Wilson nor Cindy Birdsong sang on the record.
- Additionally, not all of them featured Diana Ross on lead vocals; Flo Ballard, considered to have as good or better a voice, also sang lead.
- Over the next eight years, the Supremes (renamed "Diana Ross and the Supremes" in 1967, when Cindy Birdsong replaced Ballard) scored 12 number one pop hits.
- Diana Ross could not attend due to a scheduling conflict, and Jean Terrell was also a no-show.
- Diana Ross' last single with the group was, ironically, the number one hit "Someday, We'll Be Together" (1969).
- Mary Wilson loved the musical, but Diana Ross was reportedly angered by it and refused to see it.
- By 1967, both Ballard's and her band mate Mary Wilson 's importance diminished within The Supremes as Diana Ross was spotlighted as the group's focal point.
- Diana Ross started singing in a trio as a teenager, and in 1960 she and her two partners, Florence Ballard (1943-76) and Mary Wilson (b.
- In the fall of 1969, The Jackson 5 were presented to the public by Diana Ross, and were officially launched as the next big Motown act.
- Ruffin contended that Motown, concentrating on higher profile performers like Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, and Marvin Gaye were not promoting his material.
- The Motown star has been branded a nightmare boss in 'Diana Ross', a biography by J. Randy Taraborrelli, due for publication in September.
- Diana Ross & the Supremes: Greatest Hits, a number-one album in both the US and the UK, became the first album to do so when released in October of 1967.
- Black divas like Diana Ross & the Supremes and Aretha Franklin became 60s crossover stars.
- The cover to 1968s Reflections, the first Supremes studio LP to bill the group as Diana Ross & The Supremes.
- By 1969, Motown had begun plans for a Diana Ross solo career.
- It is noted for being the final Supremes song featuring Diana Ross, who left the group for a solo career in January 1970 and was replaced by Jean Terrell.
- After Ballard's exit, the group would be billed as Diana Ross & the Supremes, fueling speculation that Ross was being groomed for a solo career.
- Holland-Dozier-Holland left Motown in 1967, and the Supremes entered their next phase with a new billing as Diana Ross and the Supremes.
- Diana Ross and the Supremes were inductees.
- Controversy began shortly after it was announced that Diana Ross and the Supremes would embark on a reunion tour in 2000.
- Diana Ross had become the star of The Supremes and therefore the news that she would leave the group did not come as a surprise.
- In 1974, it was back to the romantic duets, as Motown teamed Gaye with Diana Ross, who had emerged as a major solo performer after she left the Supremes.
- Partially because of Diana Ross--- pop-friendly voice, The Supremes became hugely popular with international mainstream audiences.
- Partially because of Diana Ross’ pop-friendly voice, The Supremes became hugely popular with international mainstream audiences.
- Hutch went on to work with other Motown artists, including Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross and the Miracles.
- Singing trio "The Jones Girls," (pictured above) were sisters who sung background for Diana Ross.
- Although she never achieved the mainstream success of her contemporaries Aretha Franklin and Diana Ross, Carla was still a formidable talent.
- Berry Gordy soon after produced and directed Mahogany, also starring Diana Ross.
- Durante esta etapa muchas estrellas de Motown, se quejaron de la atenci--n que Berry Gordy daba a Diana Ross.
- In the 70's Gordy produced the successful film Lady Sings the Blues starring Diana Ross.
- Beginning in 1968, Berry Gordy commissioned a number of collaborations for the Temptations with Diana Ross & the Supremes.
- Berry Gordy pushed Diana Ross more and more to the foreground.
- June 28, 1967 marked the group's first appearance as Diana Ross & the Supremes at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas.
- Diana Ross & the Supremes gave their final performance together on January 14, 1970 at the Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas.
- Con Diana Ross al frente y unas coreograf--as estilizadas junto con un estilo muy visual, triunfaron en las televisiones y conciertos en directo.
- Diana Ross left the Supremes for a solo career in 1970, at which point Jean Terrell was brought in as the new lead singer.
- Right On is a 1970 album recorded by The Supremes for the Motown label, the first Supremes album not to feature former lead singer Diana Ross.
- She was fired from the group in 1967 over a conflict with lead singer Diana Ross and Motown Records owner, Berry Gordy, Jr.
- Diana Ross var en av medlemmarna i den k--nda gruppen The Supremes.
- Het nummer gaat erover dat de vertelster van het verhaal, lead Diana Ross in dit geval, verliefd is en er niks aan kan doen.
- Wat zij echter nooit behaald hebben, na het vertrek van Diana Ross, was een nummer 1 hit in de VS of Groot-Brittanni--.
- Tijdens de release van het nummer werd ook "Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand)" van Diana Ross uitgebracht.
- Gladys felt that most of the good songs were given to other groups such as The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, and Diana Ross and the Supremes.
- Het was op het afscheidsconcert van The Supremes het laatste nummer dat de groep ooit met Diana Ross in de geleding uit zouden voeren.
- Hij vond het nummer beter als een eerste single voor de carri--re van Diana Ross, dan voor Jr.
- Het was de eerste single die uitgebracht werd zonder dat Diana Ross deel van de groep uitmaakte.
- Hierop waren de stemmen van alleen de achtergrondzangeressen van The Supremes te horen en dus niet die van Diana Ross, de lead.
- Diana Ross is een van de bekendste Supremes.
- Al snel werd de eveneens toen 15-jarige Diana Ross toegevoegd.
- En 1975, Diana Ross est la t--te d'affiche du film Mahogany dont elle interpr--te aussi la bande originale.
- Uli - Lindsay - Diana Ross: In terms of fashion icons, Diana Ross was the lowest on the list, but Uli can work magic with prints.
- The cast of characters includes the Jacksons, Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross and countless other icons of the world of soul music.
- The stylist brushes my hair while it’s dry, achieving an arguably impostor-worthy Diana Ross effect.
- Doordat Bristol eerst niet het gewenste resultaat van Diana Ross kreeg besloot hij haar aan te moedigen tijdens het zingen.
- Diana Ross vervolgde in 1969 haar solocarri--re en werd vervangen door Jean Terrell.
- Se form-- en 1961 en la ciudad de Detroit, Sus primeras integrantes fueron Diana Ross, Mary Wilson y Florence Ballard.
- Her love of singing blossomed when, at age l3, she befriended Florence Ballard, Betty McGlown and Diana Ross.
- The death and life of a Dream Girl; new Diana Ross biography retells the tragic story of fallen Supreme Florence Ballard.
- Ballard asked Mary Wilson and Diana Ross, then known as Diane, to join the group with her.
- The original three - Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard - were then just teens from Detroits Brewster housing projects.
- As a solo artist, Diana Ross is one of the most successful female singers of the rock era.
- Powerhouse female musicians Diana Ross and Jewel will be playing Inland Southern California at four casinos on two nights.
- As lead singer for the most successful female vocal group in pop music history, Diana Ross became world famous as a performer during the mid-1960s.
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