Diana Ross was born in Detroit, Michigan, on March 26, 1944. Diana has had an exciting and yet rough life. What makes Diana Ross an important part of history is that she sings soul, R&B and pop. Although she isn't known as the greatest singer, she is a great performer. She was first noticed when she was part of the group "The Supremes." The group had their first hit in 1964, "Where Did Our Love Go," and went on to have several more hits such as "Stop In the Name of Love" and "You Can't Hurry Love." In 1967 the group changed its name from "The Supremes" to "Diana Ross & The Supremes." It was long after that that Diana Ross became a solo artist.
She is also an actress and has been an influence in America's black file culture by starring in such movies as "Lady Sings the Blues," "Mahogany" and "The Wiz." Examples of her songs are "Stop! In the Name of Love" and "Ain't No Mountain High." She is also an actor. She is known for being the most successful artist of her era. This is what makes Diana Ross an important part of history.
Five different facts about this person's life are as follows: One fact is that Diana Ross is a good friend of Michael Jackson. Another is that she had to interrupt a tour in 2002 to be put in rehab for drug and alcohol abuse. She was also arrested in December 2002 for allegedly driving while intoxicated. She was also arrested in 1999 for assaulting a security guard at London's Heathrow Airport. One other fact is that Diana Ross started singing in a trio as a teenager. These are 5 facts about Diana Ross.
Two character traits that describe Diana Ross are hard-working and daring. She is hard working by being a singer since she was a teenager and working to become who she is today. She is daring pretty much also being a rebel. Examples are when she assaulted the security guard also when she was driving while intoxicated. These are examples of character traits describing Diana Ross.
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