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Call Her Miss Ross: The Unauthorized Biography of Diana Ross

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2000

    Call Her Ambitious and Talented

    Call Her Miss Ross is a can't put down till you finish reading type of book.<br><p> Diana Ross is one of the most successful singing superstars of our century. (Yes she is more successful than Barbara Streisand in terms of popularity and hits.)<br><p> This book depicts a very ambitious Diana Ross. After all, people don't get to where she went, (very rich and famous) by not being a leader and doing a lot of hard work. Which is exactly what she did (at one instance even to the point of collapsing from exhaustion on stage) I don't believe that Diana's primadonna attitude was all her fault. Motown spoiled her to the hilt, but with due cause. Diana Ross helped Motown go where it went--to the top.<br> While many may not agree with her attitude and manner of the way she rose to the top, Call Her Miss Ross proves that when you come from nothing like she did, you've got to run up the ladder, not just easily pace up it to be successful

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