Diana Ross

The Motown star, along with Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, scored huge hits including Stop! In The Name Of Love and Baby Love.
The legendary diva will be following in the footsteps of Kylie Minogue, Dolly Parton and Sir Bruce Forsyth.
Missed this year's ceremony? Never fear, we're here to fill you in on the biggest moments.
On the 20th anniversary, here's how all-star women came together for a concert extravaganza filled with as much drama as there was glory.
It’s been a stunning 25 years since ‘The Bodyguard’ turned up in our cinemas, proved Whitney Houston was just as charismatic
Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis has responded to a list of acts which was believed to show the full line-up for this year’s
Back in the early 1970s, when Melissa was a gigging singer/songwriter trying to make a name for herself in New York, a series of events ushered her along. She took a songwriting class taught by Paul Simon, joined Bette Midler's ensemble and met the woman who was to supply words for some of her most enduring songs - Carole Bayer Sager.
Throughout musical history there have been certain songs that have become synonymous with defining a certain time or feeling
The veteran star reassured her fans she was fine following the crash.
Diana Ross proved what a trooper she remains, going on stage to perform only minutes after she'd suffered head and neck pains
He is among the most down-to-earth, humble people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. Kind and warm, Tommy, or simply "T" is a compassionate and sensitive man, which I suppose is at least partially responsible for his success in the entertainment industry. But there was a time when success seemed out of reach.
Just when you thought the bosses at the Glastonbury Festival had outdone themselves by managing to bag Dolly Parton for this
Diana Ross celebrates her 70th birthday on 26 March. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Diana shot to fame as the founding
Publicist Max Clifford allegedly told a teenage model he is accused of groping that he had sex with Diana Ross, a court has
"My first love was everything all at once," announces Gabriella Wilde in this 2014 remake of 1981 hit 'Endless Love', due
As a young writer/PR type in the early 1990s, I first heard this phrase at a training/development course in New York City. Catchy and impressionable, isn't it? I'd say so. After all, I intuitively adopted these very words as my mantra of sorts over the subsequent years.