Dreamgirl My Life as a Supreme Author:Mary Wilson Here is the story of Dianna Ross and the Supremes' story, no holds barred. It is a dramatic inside look at one of our most enduring show business legends, a real life enactment of the American Dream. And as it documents it joyous creation--and tragic dissolution--of that dream, Dreamgirl: My Life as a Supreme sets the record straight at last. — ... more »Written by Mary Wilson, who at age 14 was invited to sing with the Primettes, the forerunner to the Supremes. Three years later they had their first hit, "Buttered Popcorn" and were being called the Supremes. They would go on to become the most popular female singing group of all time, and, until now, their story--the true story--has never been told.
This book tells the story of the glamour of sudden success, the dark side of that glamour, it tells us why the Supremes really moved so quickly to the top and why a trio with three lead singers became "Dianna Ross and the Supremes," with only one.« less