Dionne Warwick is a music legend.
She's counted Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and the Beatles amongst her fans. Now she's celebrating 50 years in showbusiness and still performing in her seventies.
Dionne talks to Fern about her career and life, including her trail-blazing battle against racism, the death of her cousin Whitney Houston and her enduring faith. "I thank God every day," she says.
Contributors include Barry Manilow, legendary composer Burt Bacharach and Mary Wilson of the Supremes.
|Executive Producer||Dave Stanford|