A month after announcing that their 11-year-old residence in Las Vegas is coming to an end, the former teen idol took to social media to remind fans that “time is running out.”
On June 28, 61-year-old singer Donny Osmond took to his official Facebook page to give an update about the last shows he and his sister 59-year-old Marie will be performing at the Flamingo in Las Vegas.
The update comes more than a month after the brother-sister duo confirmed the rumors that they were, in fact, bringing their residence at the Flamingo Hotel to an end, something that Donny had teased back in October 2018.
“My heartfelt thanks to our incredible fans who travel from all over the world to see the show. Your support means the world to me, and I feel your love from the stage each and every night,” Donny wrote in his recent reminder.
“If you're hoping to see us before our Vegas residency concludes, this is your friendly reminder that time and tickets are running out!” he added.
In the post, Donny also mentioned the cast and crew of his and Marie’s long-running show, apart from proudly counting 1665 shows performed already and revealing that there were only 65 shows left before it’s time to say goodbye.
Fans of Donny and Marie took to the comments section of the former’s post to share some memories from the duo’s past presentations, praising the talented brother and sister for their showmanship.
“It was my dream to meet you and Marie. That dream came true in 2016 & 2017 when my husband and I came to Vegas for the sole purpose of seeing this magnificent show and to meet you,” a fan wrote.
“We can out from Virginia to Las Vegas to see your show in 2010. It was amazing and we will miss not being able to come out to see you before you close your act. Wishing you and everyone who was involved much success in the future,” added another fan.
Watching Marie Osmond’s career a little closer takes us to the conclusion that she’s not only an artist with a show in Las Vegas, but she’s quite a wonderful woman with a multidisciplinary set of skills. She has been surrounded by music since she was in her mom’s womb, but Marie loves to try new things.
She has been a great host of CBS’s roundtable show “The Talk,” and Marie believes that they love to have her there because of her diverse interests. “I don’t think I’m the typical celebrity, because I have eight children,” Osmond said.
“And I think I can could probably relate with most any celebrity that came on there, in one way or another. I’ve done everything from honky tonk to Carnegie Hall. Whether it’s doing Broadway or doing film, I can relate in some way. But I can also relate as a mother and a grandmother.”
There is no doubt that Osmond’s brothers are a huge icon for any American, so don’t miss the opportunity to see them on stage and plan a trip to Las Vegas with your loved ones.