Diana Ross is a supreme trouper. Despite being involved Wednesday in a two-vehicle crash including a limousine she was in, the 72-year-old singing legend still performed at her 7 p.m. show in Bethlehem, Pennsylania.
As the local paper reported: “Ross was on her way to a show at the Sands Event Center. A car was also involved and that driver suffered minor injuries, [Police Chief Mark] DiLuzio said. Neither Ross nor her limo driver were hurt. One of the vehicles was damaged enough that a tow truck had to be called.”
The Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner’s In the Name of Love tour was set to perform Thursday in Providence, Rhode Island. The set list includes “I’m Coming Out,” “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and “I Will Survive.”
Other reportage and reactions:
Diana Ross complains of head, neck pain in limo crash https://t.co/s4yQ0454GG
— KRQE.com Headlines (@krqe_headlines) April 14, 2016
— Fox5NY (@fox5ny) April 14, 2016