The 1960's presented a cultural revolution in many ways, especially for those working in the entertainment industry. Television became a HUGE thing, and music finally became really catchy and good. From these creative successes emerged larger than life stars, and society was forever transformed by their contributions. Let's see how these stars are holding up today.
The Supremes' star exploded onto the scene in the early 60s as a staple of Motown music. After signing with Berry Gordy in 1961, she and the group took off. Their first #1 hit was "Where Did Our Love Go," released in 1964. 50 years later, Ross has maintained a hall of fame solo career.