Is diana ross dating anyone
Motown founder Berry Gordy revealed recently in a television interview that he never asked superstar Diana Ross to marry him early in her career because "she had to have that stardom" and he didn't want their relationship to interfere with that.
Gordy, in a recent interview with Barbara Walters on ABC-TV's "20/20", admitted he loved the young starlet who came to prominence as lead vocalist with the Supremes with such hits as Baby Love, Come See About Me and Back In My Arms Again.
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She left the group in 1970 and skyrocketed to solo success with a string of chart-toppers including, Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Reach Out and Touch, The Boss, Upside Down and I'm Coming Out."Diana and I are the same kind of people," Gordy began, adding, "She wanted what I wanted.
And we saw it up there, we set out to get it and we vowed never to let our personal relationship affect it."Gordy continued, "I loved her but wasn't selfish enough to want to marry her and take her out of what I knew she had to have.
“At one point, when he was introduced to a family friend, one of Diana’s daughters cracked, ‘Jon’s one of us.'” Friends claim the couple have been fond of each other for years but didn’t embark on a romance until last month when Gordy set them up on a dinner date.
A source says, “Diana has been to hell and back over her booze problems and DUI (drink-driving) arrest, and he (Gordy) kept telling her that since she beat her demons and emerged from the depths of depression, all she needed now was love.