Diana Ross flaunts her natural beauty, going makeup-free on grocery run
Diana Ross is no doubt one of the greatest entertainers ever, but at 74, the legendary “Queen of Motown” still finds time for a quick dash to the store.
Ross was spotted on a grocery run to the Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills on Sunday. Even in laid-back attire consisting of a black sweater, loose pants, and brown Ugg boots, Ross still looked every inch the superstar.
Her makeup-free face also drew attention to the singer’s natural beauty; she looked younger than her age as she rocked her trademark hair and a warm smile.
Despite being worth a reported $300million, the “I’m Coming Out” hitmaker found pleasure in pushing her loaded shopping cart to her car. At some point, Ross ran into a known person at the car park and stopped to hug her.
Earlier this month, the music icon helped raise $780,000 for young musicians at the National Arts Centre Foundation Gala in Ottawa, Canada. She put on a breathtaking show that, according to The Mirror, was described as: “Awesome, magnificent and amazing.”
Although it was Ross’s first time of performing in Ottawa in almost three decades, she gave it her best as usual, and it seems Ross has passed on that same passion to her children.
ENTERTAINMENT RUNS IN THE FAMILY
Ross has five kids from two marriages and a relationship with Motown founder, Berry Gordy, and they have all carved a niche for themselves in the entertainment industry. From her union with Robert Ellis, the world record holder has Tracee Ellis-Ross, a lead actor on “Black-ish,” and Chudney Ross, a film producer.
Her second marriage produced two sons, Ross Naess, who is also a film producer, and Evan Ross, a musician and reality star.
Ross’s first child from her relationship with Gordy, Rhonda Ross Kendrick, is a singer and songwriter.
STYLE DOES TOO
Meanwhile, Tracee, 45, recently praised her mother’s sense of style, revealing that going through the legend’s storage is “like going to a museum.”
The “Black-ish” star who is herself a style icon, said she learned the art of “easy, no-pressure glamour” from her mother and found out how to express herself with clothes:
“As a kid I saw my mom as the lady in the sparkly dress on the stage who sang, but as I’ve gotten older, I’ve found the language to articulate that what I was seeing was a woman in her full glory being in connection with this gift she was given, being glamorous and sexy but not in a way that’s ‘Look at me.'”
Recall that the talented mother-daughter duo thrilled the audience at a 2015 concert in Las Vegas. Mid-performance, Ross beckoned on Tracee to join her on stage for a duet of Billie Holiday’s “Lady Sings The Blues.”