'The Talk' Co-host Marie Osmond Shows off Her New Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

Christell Fatima M. Tudtud
Jul 27, 2020
08:20 A.M.
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Marie Osmond surprised her fans with her love for motorcycles. The “The Talk” host recently showed off her new Harley-Davidson motorcycle.

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On July 21, she unveiled her Softail slim-type branded motorcycle for her 264,000 followers on Instagram. More than 7,000 followers have so far reacted to her post, with some sharing their surprise upon knowing how "cool" the host is. Marie said.

“I have always had a motorcycle license as long as I remember. And I got myself a new toy....”

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The TV show host joins a long list of celebrities who own motorcycles. Many of these Hollywood personalities have been seen riding their motorcycles around New York or Los Angeles, as reported by Ranker.

The “Vanilla Sky” actor Tom Cruise is famous for having a collection of motorcycles which he frequently uses during filming of his own stunts. He owns several motorcycles, including a Vyrus 987 C3 4V, which is worth $100,000.

Marie, whose total net worth is pegged at over $20 million, has achieved a string of accomplishments over the last five decades.

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Cruise’s motorcycles were featured in several movies, including “Mission Impossible” and “Top Gun.” Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, Ryan Gosling, George Clooney, and Jay Leno are also known to own motorcycles.

But a motorcycle is only one of the luxuries Marie owns. Since rising to fame in the 1970s, she has become one of the richest celebrities in Hollywood, as reported by Closer Weekly.

Marie, whose total net worth is pegged at over $20 million, has achieved a string of accomplishments over the last five decades.

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Marie achieved fame with the help of her already famous siblings. Growing up, the “Paper Roses” singer was exposed to performances with her older brothers, as reported by Closer Weekly.

She toured along with her brother’s band called “The Osmonds.” The musical band's members were Alan, Merill, Wayne, Jay, Jimmy, and Donny.

In 1976, Marie teamed up with Donny for their variety show “Donny & Marie.” Their iconic show only ran for three seasons from 1975 to 1979. 

The Osmonds during a 2008 promotional tour in London. | Photo: Getty Images

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The sibling superstars were reunited shortly in 1998 for a second TV show called “Donny and Marie.” Unfortunately, their show only lasted for two seasons, as reported by Closer Weekly.

Their popularity continued on for another decade when they signed a six-week Las Vegas residency in Flamingo Resort & Hotel in 2008. They earned massive success with a total of 16,000 shows in 11 years. They performed their final show in November 2019.

Marie then became one of the current hosts of “The Talk,” replacing Sara Gilbert. She joined the show in September last year, as reported by Closer Weekly.

Marie and Donny Osmond during a 2011 awarding ceremony in Las Vegas. | Photo: Getty Images

Recently, while on air for “The Talk,” one of her co-hosts Carrie Ann Inaba surprised Marie during Mother's Day. Since Marie cannot be with her family, Inaba initiated a video call with her.

Marie received several greetings from her family through their video call, a surprise that left Marie speechless.

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