I WHICH I CAN MEET HER ONEDAY U SEE I'M A KIDNEY PERSON FROM DETROIT MI AND I DREAM OF MEETING HERE ALL THE TIME U JUST DON'T KNOW HOW I WHICH THAT WOULD HAPPEN ONEDAY I JUST LOVE HER MY NAME IS NATASHA NELSON I HAD A NEW KIDNEY IN 1989 AND A NETHER ONE IN 2OO7 NOT FROM DRINKING BUT IT RUN'S IN THE FAMILY NOW THAY SAY I NEED ANTHER ONE. I JUST HOPE THAT SHE SEE THIS AND MAYBE SHE WELL TRY TO GET IN TUCH WITH ME PLEASE DO DIANE ROSS IF U SEE THIS. HOPE U DO
Where do you get your pictures from? Especially the rare ones-do you find them from the web or do you scan them from magazines? I appreciate this website!
It depends! Some of them are scans and some of them I find searching really, really hard high and low looking for whatever I can. You can also see lovely photos on the Diana Ross Facebook fan page, as well! Sometimes we kind of silently swap photos. :-)
Just wondering if you personally believe something other than friendly mother-son love went on between Diana Ross and Michael Jackson
Personally? Well, I try to keep it as UN-personal as I possibly can with this tumblr but yes, yes I do think her and Michael Jackson had an affair together. I’m not sure if it was brief or much longer than implied but all the signs seem to point it, don’t they?
All I know is whatever they had, sexual or no, it was between the two of them and something they held very sacred and very private.
“She’ll out rehearse you, out dress you, and outperform you so you best stay out of her way. I appreciate Diana’s trip and her talent, She’s worked hard for everything she’s achieved.”—Marvin Gaye, [from the biography] Divided Soul: The Life of Marvin Gaye
“Your Heart Belongs to Me" is a 1962 song written and composed by The Miracles’ William "Smokey" Robinson and released as a single by Motown singing group The Supremes during their early years with the label.
The song is about a woman whose lover is in the armed forces and has “Gone to a far-away land”; its narration has her tell him to always remember their love for each other if he ever gets lonely.
Recorded at a time when Mary Wells and The Marvelettes were the dominant female recording acts of the label, the Supremes had struggled to release singles with Supremes members Florence Ballard, Diana Ross and Mary Wilson switching lead vocal spots. After the failure of their first single, “I Want a Guy” with Ross in the lead, their second single, the Ballard-led “Buttered Popcorn”, also failed to chart. Wilson’s leads, meanwhile, had not been released on any Motown singles.
For this record, Smokey Robinson decided to use Ross for lead vocals for the song. It would prove to be a modest success as the song became the Supremes’ first nationally charted hit at number 95 on the Billboard Hot 100 but failed to chart on the Hot R&B Sides chart. This became the last single that The Supremes made as a quartet.
After this record, fourth member Barbara Martin left the group to start a family leaving Ross, Ballard and Wilson as a trio from then on. Martin is not pictured on the cover both due to her pending departure and because she was noticeably pregnant at the time of the photo shoot. Inspired by its modest charting, Berry Gordy would eventually make Ross the sole lead vocalist for the group.