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Diana Ross

Diana Ross, born March 26, 1944, in Detroit, Michigan, is an iconic singer, actress, and record producer whose career spans over six decades. As the lead singer of The Supremes, one of Motown’s most successful acts, Ross achieved unprecedented success with hits like “Where Did Our Love Go,” “Baby Love,” and “Stop! In the Name of Love.” Her transition to a solo career in 1970 further cemented her status as a music legend, with chart-topping singles such as “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and “Endless Love.” Ross’s contributions to music have earned her numerous awards, including a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and she remains a symbol of elegance and talent in the entertainment industry.

In addition to her musical achievements, Diana Ross has made significant contributions to film and television. She earned an Academy Award nomination for her role as Billie Holiday in “Lady Sings the Blues” and has starred in other notable films such as “Mahogany” and “The Wiz.” Ross is also a dedicated philanthropist, supporting various causes including the arts, children’s education, and AIDS research. Her enduring influence and remarkable career continue to inspire new generations of artists and fans around the world, solidifying her legacy as one of the most celebrated performers of all time.