Diana Ross will make her first television performance in four years on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and the Supremes legend will sit down for an interview with all of her children and her grandson for the first time on February 25th, as reported by Access Hollywood.
Ross, whose career spans more than five decades, will be performing her hit "I'm Coming Out" on the show and her interview will take up the entire hour. She is currently on her "Now" tour, which wraps up in Staten Island, NY on March 20, 2011.
Diana's children, Rhonda Ross Kendrick, "Girlfriends" actress Tracee Ellis Ross, Chudney Ross, Ross Arne Naess and Evan Ross (who is currently on "90210") will join her. Her first grandson, Raif Henok Emmanuel Kendrick who was born to Rhonda and Rhonda's husband, jazz musician Rodney Kendrick in August 2009 will also make an appearance.
Ross was nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award in 1972 for her portrayal of Billie Holiday in "Lady Sings the Blues." She has won 8 American Music Awards and been nominated for twelve Grammy Awards. Ross also won a Tony award for her one-woman show "An Evening with Diana Ross" in 1977.
Ross has had eighteen number one records in her career and was listed in the 1993 "Guinness Book of World Records" as the most successful female music artist in history. Ross has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, one for her solo career and one as a member of The Supremes.
Oprah will also be welcoming Celine Dion to her show on February 21. On Friday, it was announced that David Arquette would be doing his first interview since rehab on the February 24th episode, after Michael Vick canceled his appearance.