Diana!

(1971)
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Diana! is American singer Diana Ross' first solo TV special, which aired on ABC on April 18, 1971. The program was choreographed by David Winters of West Side Story fame, who at that time choreographed all of Ross' stage and TV shows. The special also featured appearances by Danny Thomas and Bill Cosby, plus performances by The Jackson 5, and also included Jackson 5 lead singer Michael Jackson's solo debut.

  1. Kip Walton

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  1. Diana Ross

    Diana Ross

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  2. Bill Cosby

    Bill Cosby

    Himself

  3. Jackson 5

    Jackson 5

    Themselves

  4. Danny Thomas

    Danny Thomas

    Himself

  5. Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson

    Himself

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  • April 18, 1971
    TV

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 0m

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