Diana (Ernestine Earle) Ross was born on 26 March 1944 in Detroit. She became world famous at the beginning of the 1960s with the soul trio "The Supremes", the most successful girl group ever produced by Motown Records. Unforgotten the first number-one hit "Where Did Our Love Go" in the US charts.
After she left the group in 1970, the soul diva started an equally successful solo career as a singer and actress.
Diana Ross was married twice and has five children, but one of her sons died tragically during a climbing tour in 2004.