Diana Ross on Oprah, Speaks about Personal Life and Career

By on Feb 26, 2011 in Entertainment, Music, Television, United States Comments

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It is very seldom that an icon meets another icon. But with the last episode of the “Oprah” last February 25, Oprah Winfrey was very lucky to have the legendary songstress Diana Ross in her show. The award winning singer of the 60’s and 70’s made everyone emotional as she made a tear jerking performance of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”.  Despite her age, she belted like any young pop singer of the new generation.

Diana Ross opened her heart out as she spoke about her career and family life. She was with her five children, Rhonda, Tracee, Chudney, Ross and Evan in the show. The five gladly reciprocated their mother’s praises about them saying that despite her enormous success, they remained as her priorities.

Aside from the visit of her children, she also reunited with former co-star Billy Dee Williams. Both stars appeared together in the 70’s “Lady Sings the Blues” and “Mahogany”.

Even after several decades of singing, she revealed that her voice is the same as when she was in her twenties. Even the live audience of “Oprah” was amazed as she wowed them with her entrance song “I’m Coming Out”.

After almost four years of being away from the spotlight, her television appearance in Oprah is only the beginning of Ms. Ross’ long-awaited-come back. The 66 year-old singer is on a “Now” tour to celebrate her legendary music. She will perform in Texas, Florida, New Jersey, and Atlantic City for the whole month of March.

With over 100 million records sold around the world and 18 number one hits with 67 albums, Ms. Diana Ross remains as a legendary diva up to this day.



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