Donny Osmond Remembers the Song He Wrote at 12 Years Old That ‘Literally Changed’ His Life

American singer Donny Osmond walked his fans down the memory lane as he looked back at the time he made his solo debut in 1971. He was just 12 years old when he first recorded his first solo. Time sure flies! 

Recalling the moment that turned his life forever, Osmond took to Instagram to share a picture of himself which dates back to the time he released his first solo album. 

“Taking it #WayBackWednesday to 1971 when I made my solo debut. #SweetandInnocent, my first solo release, hit #7 on @billboard’s #hot100 on June 5, 1971,” the singer wrote

Osmond mentioned that he was only 12 years old when he first recorded his first solo release “Sweet and Innocent”, which hit number 7 on Billboard’s Hot 100. 

“This song jump-started my thrilling teenybopper career. It literally changed my life — and so many other lives — forever.”

The heartwarming post came as a gentle reminder that one should never forget where they came from. 

OSMOND RECENTLY SHOWED HIS FUNNY SIDE TO HIS FANS

Osmond keeps his fans updated about the latest happenings in his life. Previously, the singer shared a screenshot of Google’s search engine that showed some frequently asked question about him on the internet. 

When the singer Googled his name out of curiosity, he was amused to find some surprising queries about himself. Letting out his humorous side, Osmond decided to answer some of the questions.

One of the top questions that appeared on the search bar asked whether Osmond was in Disney’s animated movie “Mulan.” Shedding light on the matter, the “Dancing With The Stars” winner revealed that he starred in the movie as the singing voice for Captain Li Shang

The artist also answered the question asking if he was friends with Michael Jackson, sharing that he was indeed friends with him and that he misses the King of Pop. 

Furthermore, Osmond addressed another question that asked whether he was sick. The singer jokingly clarified that he was not sick, saying that he would be just as surprised if he found out that he was sick.