Diana Ross is a singer, songwriter, actress, and record producer from the United States. Ross is best known as the lead singer of The Supremes, a popular 1960s singing group. She rose to international prominence as the leader of the vocal group the Supremes and then as a solo artist.
Diana Ross: Early life & Wiki/Biography
Born on 26 March 1944, Diana Ross’s age is 78 Years Old as of 2022. She was born and raised in a well-settled Christian family in Detroit, Michigan, the United States. She holds an American by nationality and believes in the Baptist religion.
She completed her early schooling at Cass Technical High School in Detroit, Michigan, the United States. After that, she enrolled at a local college from where she graduated. From the very beginning of her childhood, she was more interested in entertainment and various co-curricular activities than in studying.
Diana Ross: Family, Husband & Relationships
Diana Ross’s parents are Fred Ross, Sr and Ernestine Moten. Diana Ross’s father’s name is Fred Ross, Sr., a professional manager.
Diana Ross’s mother’s name is Ernestine Moten she is a teacher.
She also has six siblings. Her four brothers were named Arthur “T-Boy” Ross, Chico Ross, Fred Ross, Jr., and Wilbert Ross and her two sisters were named Rita Ross and Barbara Ross.
Diana Ross’s marital status is divorced. In 1971, she married Robert Ellis Silberstein, But unfortunately, they divorced.
In 1985, she married Arne Naess, Jr., But they divorced.
The couple together has five children. She has two sons named Evan Ross and Ross Naess and three daughters named Tracee Ellis Ross, Rhonda Ross Kendrick and Chudney Ross.
Aside from Arne Naess, Jr., she has also been in relationships with Jon Voight, Gene Simmons, Richard Gere, Michael Jackson, Berry Gordy, Michael Bloomberg, Eddie Kendricks, Ryan O’Neal, Warren Beatty, and Smokey Robinson.