Marie Osmond Makes Blonde Hair Debut While Hosting 'The Talk' at Home during Quarantine
Changing looks seems to be a trend during the quarantine. Marie Osmond, for one, recently surprised fans with her new look.
The famous talk show host debuted her blonde hair on her show, "The Talk," as shown on CBS. Osmond and her co-hosts have been carrying on with their show from the comfort of their homes.
The current coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has driven much of the world's population into their homes. And celebrities were not spared.
Marie Osmond at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on May 21, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California | Photo: Getty Images
QUARANTINE SELF-CARE TIPS
On the episode where she flaunted her blonde and shorter locks, Osmond was sharing self-care tips. The 62-year-old star had always opted to maintain her natural, brunette hair.
She was on the show with Sharon Osbourne, Carrie Ann Inaba, Sheryl Underwood, and Eve. They talked about their self-quarantines in quarantine, as reported by Closer Weekly. Osmond showed their viewers her manner of applying skin treatment on her cheeks and chin. She said:
"I don't link to put stuff around my eyes."
A GREAT AGE
The "Key Is Love" author is known for always spicing up her style. She previously opened up about the perks of reaching the age of 60.
She said it is "such a great age because as you enter in that era, you know who you are." She added that she finds fun in showing people different hairstyles.
Her latest hairstyle was a delightful surprise for her co-hosts and fans.
PAST HAIRSTYLE SURPRISE
Her latest hairstyle was a delightful surprise for her co-hosts and fans. In December of last year, she also surprised fans with a bob haircut, as reported by Closer Weekly.
Her hairstylist, Angela Christine, was behind the look. At the time, Angela said, "You know, I wanted to give her something different."
Osmond has been inspiring her fans to stay positive amid the current situation. She said that she's keeping herself positive and busy with her husband in Utah, as reported by Daily Mail.
She urged her fans to keep their faith. With her show continuing amid the lockdown, albeit virtually, fans have another thing to be thankful for.
Aside from being a talk show host and an author, Osmond is also a singer, actress, and philanthropist. She rose to fame as a solo country music artist in the 1970s and 1980s.
And as any famous person knows, having a celebrity status also has its downside. Osmond recently dealt with a troll who posted a mean comment about her late son.