New 'Talk' Co-Host Marie Osmond Shares Cute Photo with NY Policemen and Fans Are Excited
Marie Osmond brightened up her fans’ day with a cute photo of herself and New York Policemen, and fans are loving it!
In just a week of joining CBS’ “The Talk” as a co-host, Marie Osmond is already giving fans something to smile about.
Yesterday, the singer took to Facebook to share a sweet photo of herself and men of the New York Police department.
The new co-host was looking fly in a black long-sleeved top paired with a leopard-print skirt and leather boots as she stood surrounded by five men from the police force.
Marie captioned the sweet photo:
“Look who I ran into… So appreciate all their hard work and dedication! And they’re cute. #MyTypeOfGuys #NYPD.”
In no time, the post was flooded with lovely comments from excited fans.
@Lisa Khederian wrote:
“Love this photo of you with our #NYPD! New York’s Finest in Blue. You looked beautiful today on CBS This Morning. Can’t wait to see you next week in Vegas.”
@Karla Kreighbaum gushed:
“God bless our law enforcement. You all look great! I'm sure they were excited to see you, Marie.”
@Judi Vermillion-Durbin praised:
“Awesome! I'm pretty sure they thought you were kind of cute yourself!”
Marie, who was famous for being part of the singing duo “Donnie & Marie” split from her brother to walk a new path of daytime show.
Speaking with the crew of CBS “This Morning,” the 59-year-old explained that when she was offered the job of replacing Sara Gilbert permanently, she didn’t hesitate to say yes.
She also explained that her lack of a sister in real life helped her enjoy being a part of the show, saying:
“I don’t have a sister, and this is kind of like the closest thing. So, to have all these female opinions, I’m like this is a smart table. It’s just a different thing; I grew up with men.”
When asked about the intimate information about her life that she disclosed on the show in her very first week as a co-host, Marie explained that she felt comfortable letting all the truth out because she believes it comes with the job.
In her first week as co-host, Marie talked about the shame she faced when she went back to work a week after her son committed suicide, as revealed by Entertainment Tonight.
She explained that she made the hard decision to continue work as a way of encouraging her other kids to press on. Unfortunately, society didn’t see it that way.
Marie is making a significant impact in her first week, and we can’t wait to see what she has in store.