Diana Ernestine Earle Ross is an American actress and singer. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, she is best known as the lead vocalist of the group The Supremes, which became Motown's most successful act in the 1960s and is one of the main groups. World's best-selling female of all time. They remain the highest-ranking girl group in US history, with a total of twelve number one singles on the US Billboard Hot 100, including "Where Did Our Love Go", "Baby Love", " Come See About Me ". and "Love Child". After leaving Supremes in 1970, Ross embarked on a hugely successful global solo career in music, television, film and theater. Ross's debut solo album of the same name the same year included the US number one hit "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and the national anthem "Reach Out and Touch". This was followed by her second solo album, Everything Is Everything, her number one debut single "I'm Still Waiting".
|Born||March 26, 1944, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.|
|Occupation||Singer, songwriter, composer, actress, record producer, film producer, television producer, screenwriter, entertainer|
|Children||5, including Rhonda, Tracee and Evan|
|Relatives||Barbara Ross-Lee (sister)|
When she was eight years old, she lived next door to Smokey Robinson in Detroit and dreamed of being a fashion designer.
On January 20, 1971, she married Robert Ellis Silberstein, and on October 23, 1985, she married Jr. after their divorce on March 9, 1977. Tracee, Rhoda, and Chudney are her three daughters, and Ross and Evan are her two sons.
Diana Ross Directory. Members of Supremes. American disco singer. 21st Century Baptists TM_VZ! Golden Globe Award winner for New Star of the Year (Actress). Free American musician. The actresses are from Detroit. Former students of the technical high school of Cass. Ballad musician. The Baptists of the 20th Century TM_VZ! Winner of a Grammy Award for Lifetime Achievement. Kennedy Center Laureates. American sopranos. Motown artists. RCA Records artists. African-American Record Producers. Musicians from Detroit. The recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom