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In the 1960s the Supremes rivalled the Beatles for worldwide popularity, but their story was turbulent and full of drama.
The girls quickly gained a loyal fan following in the sock clubs of Detroit, but their eyes were fixed on starrier heights. Ross asked old neighbour Smokey Robinson to set up an audition with legendary Motown executive Berry Gordy. However, their hopes were dashed when Gordy declared them too young and to come back after graduating high school.
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