Marie Osmond from 'The Talk' Shares How Stylist Showed Her How to Use Ponytail to Cover Her Grays Amid Quarantine
Marie Osmond shared how she is keeping busy during the time in self-isolation, including how she keeps her graying hair in line and what she's enjoying the most.
With taping of "The Talk" on hold and Marie self-isolating with her husband Steve Craig at their home in Utah, she recently had a video chat with ET to catch up on their life amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marie loves being able to catch up on sleep and just unwind due to the lack of a pressing schedule. But she also stays in touch with her co-hosts on "The Talk" - Sheryl Underwood, Sharon Osbourne, Eve, and Carrie Ann Inaba. When not exchanging memes, the group of ladies gets together on Instagram Live.
Video chat applications also come in handy when one can FaceTime your hairstylist to help out with useful tips on hiding those stubborn grays. And that's precisely what Marie did, as she shared:
"She made me pin this all forward in a ponytail, and she said, 'Now you pull it over your grays and then they can't see it.'"
Finding the advice helpful, especially during a time when popping into your favorite salon is not an option, Marie is also grateful for the "coloring things" she's sending to sort out the grays at home for now.
Due to Steve having issues with his immune system besides being a diabetic, the couple decided it best to self-quarantine and spend quality time together.
While Marie thoroughly enjoys spending time with Steve, she said in her update to fans that she doesn't think that she's "ever slept this much."
Working for 57 years and having 14 siblings between herself and Steve makes for few moments alone, and Marie loves it, as she shared:
"It's the first time we have been alone since forever I don't even remember not having a million people around and it's really fun. We have the best time."
Shortly before the filming of "The Talk" came to a halt, Marie shared with her co-hosts what she and her husband decided to do with their fortunes in the event that something happened to them.
Marie sees giving her children the ability to work as the "most important gift" she can give them. Therefore she and her husband concluded that it would be a "great disservice" to their children if they left them a massive inheritance.
Instead, Marie opted to donate her money to charity one day and said that children from wealthy families "get in trouble" because they don't know what to do with all that money.
However, with plenty of free time on her hands, Marie Osmond also indulged in quality kitchen time with her daughter and granddaughter.
The three generations of Osmonds prepared some "chocolate-covered raspberries" as a healthy treat, and shared their recipe with followers on social media.
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