Entertainment Diana Ross loses fanny pack at Marshalls, thanks ‘angel’ stranger for returning it

23:21  14 november  2017
23:21  14 november  2017 Source:   FOX News

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Diana Ross said she lost her fanny pack at a Los Angeles Marshalls over the weekend. — Ms. Ross (@ DianaRoss ) November 12, 2017. Ross was shopping for a gift at the discount store when she lost the fanny pack , Page Six reported.

Diana Ross had a guardian angel looking out for her when she lost her fanny pack at a Marshalls store in Los Angeles over the weekend. “ Thank U to the Angell [sic] I lost my fanny pack in Marshall ’ s in LA on Olympic & someone turned it in.

Diana Ross holding a cat: Diana Ross said she lost her fanny pack at a Los Angeles Marshalls over the weekend. © Provided by Fox News Diana Ross said she lost her fanny pack at a Los Angeles Marshalls over the weekend.

Diana Ross has “endless love” for the stranger who found her fanny pack at a Los Angeles Marshalls.

The singer revealed on Twitter she lost her fanny pack while shopping at a Marshalls over the weekend. But don’t fret, she got it back thanks to a “guardian angel.”

“Thank U to the Angell (sic) I lost my fanny pack in Marshall’s in LA on Olympic & someone turned it in, What a blessing,” Ross tweeted.

“Again this morning I’m so grateful. I will ‘pay forward,’” she added.

Ross was shopping for a gift at the discount store when she lost the fanny pack, Page Six reported.

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Thank U to the Angell I lost my fanny pack in Marshall ’ s in LA on Olympic & someone turned it in,What a blessing. — Ms. Ross (@ DianaRoss ) November 11, 2017. It turns out that Ross has a lot more going on these days that gift shopping at Marshalls .

You got love a diva who shops at Marshalls . We had to crack up over the recent tweet from the legendary singer and actress Diana Ross about shopping at Marshalls and losing her fanny pack , which someone graciously found and turned it into management.

Ross is set to release her new album, “Diamond Diana: The Legacy Collection,” on Friday.

Related video: 10 things to know about Diana Ross (via Vanity Fair)

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Ross 128 b is a newly discovered exoplanet, the second-closest found to our solar system, only 11 light-years away. And it could support life. Announcements about exoplanets, those found outside our solar system, seem almost commonplace in this golden age of discovery for astronomers. So why is Ross 128 b unique -- apart from its rather human-sounding name? The planet is about the same size as Earth, and it may have a similar surface temperature, making it a temperate world that could support life. Every 9.

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