Born in a Detroit housing project, Diana Ross rose to fame as the lead singer of the Supremes in the 1960s. She soon became one of the most recognizable names in music with the help of Motown Records' Berry Gordy. After leaving the Supremes, Ross continued to enjoy multi-platinum success as a solo artist. However, Ross' success masked the turmoil of her personal life. In this soul-searching memoir, she describes her meteoric rise to fame and speaks openly for the first time about her failed marriages to promoter Robert Silberstein and shipping magnate Arne Naess, her brother's murder, her arrests for assault and drunk driving, and her struggles with menopause and alcoholism. UPSIDE DOWN tells the dramatic story of a woman who rose to the top of the entertainment industry while battling personal demons that have stayed with her to this day.
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