A founding member of the iconic music group Supremes, Mary Wilson has died at the age of 76.
Legendary singer, Mary Wilson best known for co-founding the Supremes music group alongside Diana Ross and Florence Ballard in Detroit has died.
Reports have it that, she suddenly died at her home in Las Vegas on Monday, February 8.
However, the cause of her death is yet to be announced or revealed.
Her publicist, Jay Schwartz confirmed her death to Fox.
Also, he disclosed that Wilson’s funeral service will be held privately in accordance with current health and safety guidelines.
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At the age of 15, she founded the Supremes music group with her two colleagues who made a great trio.
The music group was known for a string of hits including “Back in My Arms Again.”
In 1974 Mary married former Supremes manager Pedro Ferrer and they divorced in 1981.
The former couple’s 14-year-old son Rafael was killed and Mary was injured when her Jeep flipped, In 1994.
She is survived by her daughter Turkessa, her son Pedro Antonio Jr and her six grandchildren.