Marie Osmond Shows Her Slim Figure in a Lace Dress Posing in a TBT Photo with Late Mary Wilson
Marie Osmond looked gorgeous wearing a tight lace dress in a throwback photo she shared, which featured the late Mary Wilson.
Marie Osmond looked stunning in a gorgeous tight blue lace dress, in a throwback photo she shared posing with the late Mary Wilson of The Supremes.
Wilson had been one of the co-founders of the iconic all-female singing group, The Supremes. The group was known for its strong vocal talent.
Wilson passed away this month at the age of 76. Her publicist, Jay Schwartz, had revealed that she died suddenly. No cause of death has been reported.
Berry Gordy, the founder of the Motown record label, released a statement about the late vocalist. He shared that The Supremes had been known as Sweethearts of Motown. He shared in his statement:
“I was extremely shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of a major member of the Motown family, Mary Wilson of the Supreme.”
The iconic singer, Diana Ross, a co-founder of the Supremes with Wilson, shared her own tribute for the late Wilson on Twitter.
She shared her condolences for Wilson’s family and wrote that her passing reminded her that each day is a gift. Ross shared that her wonderful memories of their times together will live on forever.
Her last career moves included appearing on “Dancing with The Star” in 2019.
I just woke up to this news , my condolences to you Mary's family ,I am reminded that each day is a gift ,I have so many wonderful memories of our time together "The Supremes " will live on ,in our hearts 💕— Ms. Ross (@DianaRoss) February 9, 2021
The Supremes was first started under the name The Primettes as a sister act for the male vocal group The Primes. The female vocalists then rebranded themselves as The Supremes in 1961.
The group is one of the most iconic and legendary singing groups of all time. It is no wonder that Osmond, an accomplished singer, shared a tribute for Wilson. She wrote:
"I found these photos today and just had to post. What a great woman, legend and friend!!! @mwilsonsupreme"
Wilson had recently shared in a YouTube video on her channel that she had plans to release music, including an unreleased album called “Red Hot” from the 70s.
Her last career moves included appearing on “Dancing with The Star” in 2019. She released her fourth book, “Supreme Glamour,” a few years before her death.
Her famous brother, Donny Osmond, shared his own tribute for the makeup artist and shared that Goodwin had become a part of the family. He worked for the Osmonds for over 30 years.