Diana Ross – The Biography is now updated with new chapters covering major events in the star’s history such as the presentation of her Kennedy Center Honor in 2007. Taraborrelli also newly analyzes Miss Ross’ participation in this country’s Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, and explores the reasons why she remains relevant in our culture today as a true trailblazer.
“What an opportunity this book presented,” recalled J. Randy Taraborrelli. “This was my third biography of Diana Ross, the first being “Diana” for Doubleday and the second being “Call Her Miss Ross” for Carol Publishing. With this book, I was able to put into proper perspective my views about Diana – my muse for most of my life – in a way that made sense to me as a seasoned biographer. My readers have been on this Motown journey with me for many years and those who love Diana tell me that of my three books, this one is their favorite. I have to admit, I think it’s mine, too.”