Diana Ross

Saturday, 26 February 2011

Diana Ross
Diana Ross Talks Family, Career

Diana Ross stopped by to chat with Oprah today and was unexpectedly reunited with an old co-star. What did Diana Ross have to say to Oprah?

The iconic Diana Ross visited Oprah today to talk about her legendary career and even reunited with former co-star Billy Dee Williams! Ross and Williams were regular co-stars during the 1970's and appeared together in 1972's Lady Sings the Blues and 1975's Mohogany. ( Read Diana Ross more... )

Diana Ross on 'Oprah': Discusses Life, Sings 'I'm Coming Out'

Diana Ross on Oprah was a moment in time in which a true icon is likened to a work of art. The Academy-nominated legend, with family in tow, shared a poignant moment with Oprah Winfrey. She even graced the audience with her brilliant hit, I'm Coming Out.

It had been a number of years since the seldom-seen legendary singer-entertainer has been on television. The largely recluse star of the '70s doesn't need much effort to retain the love and respect she's garnered over the years. That's what true celebrity is made of. ( Read Diana Ross more... )

Local high school band informed trumpet player, arranger for Diana Ross

Gilbert Askey left Austin for good at age 17 in 1942, but the former Motown arranger, who received an Oscar nomination for his work with Diana Ross on "Lady Sings the Blues," says "Austin has never left me."

Although he has lived for 30 years in Australia, where his wife, Hellen, is from, the L.C. Anderson High School graduate comes back to visit once a year. His nickname is "Brother," and when he comes back to Austin, state Rep. Dawnna Dukes said, "Brother makes an effort to see everyone around from the old days." His two older sisters, Grace and Velma Jo, are still alive, as are friends that go as far back with Askey as the first grade at the Olive Street School. ( Read Diana Ross more... )

Diana Ross Makes TV Return On ‘Oprah Winfrey Show’

Diana Ross, 66, made her much anticipated first television performance in four years on today’s episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show.

The Supremes icon made her appearance accompanied by all her children and grandson for the first time on Feb. 25.

Ross started the show off right singing her classic, “I’m Coming Out” and Oprah joined her on stage for a duet of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.”

“I have to really keep myself from going into the ugly cry,” Oprah said while interviewing Ross. “Because of how much this legend, this woman means to me and my life… I’m going to try to keep it together.” ( Read Diana Ross more... )

Diana Ross – A Comeback with Class

It’s been more than four years since Diana Ross made a public appearance of such proportions, and the media kept quiet about her, although there’s not enough ink to cover all the star’s merits and accomplishments.

The diva delivered her first television performance in four years, on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” on Friday – and what a performance that was. ( Read Diana Ross more... )

Diana Ross and Billy Dee Williams Reunite on 'Oprah' (VIDEO)

Diana Ross and Billy Dee Williams were a popular tandem in theaters with the hits 'Mahogany' (1975) and 'Lady Sings the Blues' (1972).

Three decades since audiences saw last them together, Oprah Winfrey put them together again today on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' (weekdays, syndicated). ( Read Diana Ross more... )

Diana Ross Oprah Winfrey show performance and interview rocks! (VIDEO)

Can you believe it has been four years for Diana Ross? Oprah Winfrey invited the legendary songstress to her show to chat and to perform. And it couldn’t have been a better entrance for the diva. Ross entered the stage singing her hit song “I’m Coming Out”, showing off her fashionable Bob Mackie gown and yes, a feather boa.

We’ve got the performance and why Oprah tried her best to hold back her tears during the Ross interview below! ( Read Diana Ross more... )

Diana Ross opens up on 'Oprah' show

Diana Ross appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" this afternoon in honor of the talk show host's farewell season, but she didn't come alone. The Supreme diva brought all five of her children — daughters Rhonda Ross Kendrick (her daughter by Berry Gordy Jr.), Tracee Ellis Ross and Chudney Ross, sons Ross Arne Naess and Evan Ross — as well as her first grandchild, Raif Henok Emmanuel Kendrick, Rhonda's son.

The show started with a date flashing across the screen, "Dec. 27, 1964" — the day Oprah saw Ross and the Supremes on "The Ed Sullivan Show." For a 10-year-old Oprah Winfrey to see three young girls who looked like her on television changed her life, she said tearfully. ( Read Diana Ross more... )

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