Not My Job: 'Supremes' Singer Mary Wilson Gets Quizzed On Stop Lights

Not My Job: 'Supremes' Singer Mary Wilson Gets Quizzed On Stop Lights

11:53am Sep 07, 2019

Mary Wilson was still a teenager when she signed to Motown Records with the group that would eventually become The Supremes — they went on to produce 12 No. 1 singles and win a place in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Wilson is now an author, museum curator and a Cultural Ambassador for the U.S. State Department.

Since Wilson knows plenty about stopping in the name of love, we've invited her to play a game called "Stop! In the name of anything!" Three questions about people who don't stop for stop signs or stop lights. Click the audio link above to see how she does.

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