In 1968, Ross began to perform as a solo artist on television specials, including The Supremes' own specials such as TCB and . on Broadway , The Dinah Shore Show , and a Bob Hope special, among others. In mid-1969, Gordy decided that Ross would depart the group by the end of that year, and Ross began recording her initial solo work that July. One of the first plans for Ross to establish her own solo career was to publicly introduce a new Motown recording act. Though she herself did not claim their discovery, Motown's publicity department credited Ross with having discovered The Jackson 5 . Ross would introduce the group during several public events, including The Hollywood Palace .  In November, Ross confirmed a split from the Supremes in Billboard . Ross' presumed first solo recording, "Someday We'll Be Together", was eventually released as a Supremes recording and became the group's final number-one hit on the Hot 100. It was also the final number-one Billboard Hot 100 single of the 1960s. Ross made her final appearance with The Supremes at the Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 14, 1970.
At Watchtower, where Chloe gets a disturbing phone call from Emil at . Labs. Oliver arrives with coffee for Chloe. Chloe tells Oliver that Emil is close to accessing the black box from the late Earth-2 Chloe's space ship. Meanwhile, Oliver has no lead on whoever it was in the cornfields that killed Chloe-2. Plus Oliver's been getting gibberish emails that he'd like Chloe to get to the bottom of, if she's not too distracted by this "Crisis". Next thing you know, Watchtower's Trouble Alert which alerts them to a prison breakout at Stryker's Island . Oliver gets his Green Arrow suit and bow and arrow and immediately heads to Stykers.
Twenty-year-old Diana became Princess of Wales when she married the Prince of Wales on 29 July 1981 at St Paul's Cathedral , which offered more seating than Westminster Abbey , which was generally used for royal nuptials.   The service was widely described as a "fairytale wedding" and was watched by a global television audience of 750 million people while 600,000 spectators lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the couple en route to the ceremony.   At the altar, Diana accidentally reversed the order of Charles's first two names, saying "Philip Charles" Arthur George instead.  She did not say that she would "obey" him; that traditional vow was left out at the couple's request, which caused some comment at the time.  Diana wore a dress valued at £9,000 with a 25-foot (-metre) train.  Music and songs used during the wedding included the " Prince of Denmark's March ", " I Vow to Thee, My Country ", " Pomp and Circumstance ", and " God Save the Queen ".