Sunday, January 14, 2007
Diana Ross Stages Comeback
On Jan. 16, the legendary Motown Records singer's long awaited new album, 'I Love You,' arrives on U.S. record shelves via Manhattan/EMI -- after being previously released overseas last fall.
Next week, the near 63-year old songstress will embark on a full scale media tour, which includes live musical performances on 'Good Morning America,' 'Live with Regis & Kelly' and 'The Late Show with David Letterman' (Jan. 16). She is also confirmed to tape a segment on 'The Martha Stewart Show'(to air on Jan. 26) and sit down with James Lipton for 'Inside The Actor's Studio.' To add to all the frenzy, Taraborrelli's latest biography on Ross, titled 'Diana Ross: The Unauthorized Biography,' will be released next week in U.K., and is expected for U.S. release this spring. (more here)
I guess Diana didn't want our last memory of her to be as the "real Deena."
It's odd that my all time favorite movie is Lady Sings the Blues, but I have never been a big Diana Ross fan. I'll download her new CD though.
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