Diana Ross talks about her new “More Today Than Yesterday” tour

By Greg Hernandez

HollywoodNews.com: eIt’s so great that Diana Ross is still out there doing what she does best.

On last night’s Entertainment Tonight, Mary Hart went behind-the-scenes as Miss Ross rehearsed for her all-new More Today Than Yesterday tour which will includes many of the Motown legends big hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond.

“We work our way up: The ’60s — The Supremes — the 70’s and the ’80s and “I’m Coming Out” … The music is timeless, I must say, especially the Motown music; it’s timeless and it’s really special.”

Diana says she has about five or six costume changes during the show: “The way I can make those quick costume changes is because everything is built right in to the dress, so [my costumer] takes me out, zips me down and zips me up and I’m back out,” she explains. “The music continues … and goes right into the next song and I’m back out, so it never really stops.”

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  • May 12, 2010 | Permalink |

    Diana Ross is my idol, She is very talented singer, I like her voice very much. Now-a-days, New singers want to be the like Diana Ross. It is so tuff for their.but nothing possible.

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  • May 12, 2010 | Permalink |

    Yes!!!!! she is back doing what she does best.. It is on the stage where Diana has gained her Internatiinal Superstardom. There are few entertainers who can rival her on the concert stage.

  • May 12, 2010 | Permalink |

    Miss Ross is a legend from the moment she first hit it big with Motown, and has definately been built to last. So many singers younger than her (notably Whitney Houston with her image problem with her tour and is once again on the front page of USA Today) just have jumped the shark and forever hold an ego over their prior fame. Only Beyonce among today’s singers can compare. But like the late Lena Horne, Diana will always cherish the harts of all people.

  • May 17, 2010 | Permalink |

    I thought the USA threw Diana under the bus for Whitney Houston yrs ago even though she was still a much bigger star in Europe & Asia than Houston. With Houston out of the picture Ross has re-emerged as America’s premiere Diva & rightly so.

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