Diana Ross:

A Biography

by J. Randy Taraborrelli

Published by: Citadel Press

Imprint: Citadel Press

368 Pages, 0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00

  • ISBN: 9780806537634
  • On Sale: 05/27/2014
  • BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Entertainment & Performing Arts

$1.99 (USD)

The New York Times bestselling biographer provides “the dish on Motown’s most famous songstress” in this newly updated edition (The Dallas Morning News).
Drawn from hundreds of interviews conducted over four decades, Diana Ross paints an unforgettable picture of an extraordinary and often controversial legend—a pop music goddess, acclaimed actress, loving mother, Civil Rights trailblazer, and consummate entertainer. Beautiful and fascinating, she is her own invention—the definition of a superstar.
First-time revelations abound, from the tough decisions she made while having Berry Gordy’s baby and the real reasons behind the break-up of the Supremes to her triumphant recovery after a surprising DUI arrest and her gala appearance at the Kennedy Center Honors.
Bestselling biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli boldly explores Diana Ross’s troubled relationships and the heartbreak she feels compelled to hide, bringing into focus a complex personality too often obscured by the bright lights of fame. Rich with detail and personal anecdotes, and fully up-to-date, Diana Ross is both definitive and delightful—the ultimate biography that Miss Ross so richly deserves.
“A complete, up-to-date history of the star.” —Associated Press
“Truly a definitive biography . . . boasts epic research, including extensive interviews with Ross and virtually all the major people in her life.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“Riveting.” —The Washington Post