Motown founder Berry Gordy has spent five years trying to bring the story and sounds of his famed record company to the Broadway stage. In an interview on CBS’ Sunday Morning, Gordy went into full detail about his own legacy and why Motown: The Musical is a celebration of music that changed America. "All this is a labor of love, everything I've done," he said. "This is probably the last thing I'll do. But it is a dream come true for me." Gordy also tackles his "mad" romance with Diana Ross, Michael Jackson's genius and why he butted heads with Marvin Gaye. Watch the full interview below for everything you need to know about this iconic music magnate.