By Karu F. Daniels
There’s a reason why ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ has remained the #1 talk show for 24 consecutive seasons; she knows how to get the “gets.”
Rounding out a month full of first-run exclusives, the media maven’s candid chat with music legend Diana Ross will air Feb. 25.
Winfrey, who counts Ross as one of her childhood inspirations, said the show was a “full circle moment,” for her — recalling the time when Diana Ross & The Supremes became international superstars during the 1960s. “I have to keep myself from going into the ugly cry because of how much this woman, this legend, mean to me in my life and to the life of every little girl who dared to dream.”
On the one-hour show, which revolves around the Motown Records legend, her children ; Rhonda Ross Kendrick, Tracee Ellis Ross, Chudney Ross, Ross Arne Naess, Evan Ross and her first grandson Raif Henok Emmanuel Kendrick make appearances