Diana Ross. Fanny pack. Marshalls.
Of course, individuals a few aspects – celebrity singer, questionable fashion accent and discounted office store – came together in what turned out to become a fairly happy tale for the 73-year-old diva, according to Web page Six.
Ross’ world was turned upside down over the weekend when she someway missing her fanny pack at a Marshalls store location in La. But a Good Samaritan, whom Ross known as her “angel,” turned it in to the store and he or she was able to have it again.
Web site Six reported which the authentic Supreme was shopping to get a gift when she wound up while in the store. It’s not identified just what the fanny pack appeared like or what was in it but Ross, inside of a scarce tweet, briefly discussed her misadventure.
“Thank U into the Angel I misplaced my fanny pack in Marshalls in LA on Olympic & someone turned it in. What a blessing,” she said. “Again this morning I’m so grateful. I will ‘pay forward.’”
It turns out that Ross has a lot more going on these days that gift shopping at Marshalls.
Her latest album, “Diamond Diana: The Legacy Collection,” will drop on Friday. On Monday, she also revealed that she will return for nine more dates of her “Endless Memories” shows at the Encore Theater at the Wynn in Las Vegas in February.
Finally, the legend is set to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Music Awards on Sunday night.