"When Bernard and I finished writing it, I said, 'This song may go gold, just via the gay community alone,'" the Chic legend recalls.
The 9-year-old gave a speech about his grandma before her showstopping performance.
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The Hollywood Bowl officially kicked off its summer 2018 season in a blaze of fireworks and Diana Ross. Despite a broken ankle, which she disclosed at the end of her performance, Ross was the consummate entertainer. She had the audience on its feet with the first couple of numbers, and the evening soon became a […]
The legendary Diana Ross did her family proud during a joyous performance at the American Music Awards, where she was presented with a lifetime achievement honor.
Since 1984, the VMAs have produced not some of the biggest pop culture moments as well as some of the most awkward, squirm-in-your-seat, can’t-look-away moments.
Diana Ross was an inspiration to many other artists. The Detroit native rose to fame as the lead singer of the vocal group The Supremes in the ’60s, where her hits such as “Where Did Our Love Go,” “You Can’t Hurry Love,” “Stop! In the Name of Love,” and “Someday We’ll Be Together” became Motown staples. With her big hair, sultry sparkling gowns, and bold eye makeup, Ross influenced many of the modern makeup and style trends we see on the red carpet today.
Ellen DeGeneres, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill and Melinda Gates, Lorne Michaels, and more to receive the nation’s highest civilian honor.
Zooey Deschanel stopped by The Late Late Show With James Corden and joined James for an intimate duet about a glove, to the tune of “Endless Love.”
Nathaniel Cullors sang the Jackson 5's “Who’s Lovin’ You?” on "Little Big Shots" with such conviction, you would believe the little man really wants to know.
A noble effort with flashes of amusement and an abundance of talent, the new version of The Wiz on Thursday night couldn’t overcome a few key flaws and the fact that this simply isn’t a classic piece of material.
For most families, holiday traditions center around a specific dish or the retelling of a story. But things are different in the Ross family. At a show in Las Vegas on Nov. 21, Diana Ross pulled her daughter, Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross, on stage to sing “Lady Sings the Blues.”