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Donny and Marie Osmond Release First Studio Album in 30 Years

By Oskar Garcia on May 5, 2011

Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, pictures, picture, photos, photo, pics, pic, images, image, hot, sexy, latest, new, 2011LAS VEGAS – On the final track of their new album - their first together in 30 years - Donny and Marie Osmond give a nod to difficult times.

"Sun follows rain, strength follows pain," the duo sings before echoing the song's title. "We will find a way."

Donny and Marie Osmond Release First Studio Album in 30 Years

By Oskar Garcia on May 5, 2011

Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, pictures, picture, photos, photo, pics, pic, images, image, hot, sexy, latest, new, 2011LAS VEGAS – On the final track of their new album - their first together in 30 years - Donny and Marie Osmond give a nod to difficult times.

"Sun follows rain, strength follows pain," the duo sings before echoing the song's title. "We will find a way."

Marie Osmond Remarries First Husband, Stephen Craig

By Oskar Garcia on May 4, 2011

Marie Osmond, Stephen Craig, wedding, marriage, married, pictures, picture, photos, photo, pics, pic, images, image, hot, sexy, latest, new, 2011LAS VEGAS – Marie Osmond has remarried her first husband in a private ceremony at a Mormon temple in Las Vegas. Osmond said in a statement that the 51-year-old singer and 54-year-old Stephen Craig, a former professional basketball player wed on Wednesday.

Marie Osmond's Son Laid to Rest at Private Utah Funeral‎

By Alexis Sezar on March 8, 2010

PROVO, Utah – Marie Osmond's 18-year-old son was laid to rest Monday at a private funeral service held in Provo, Utah.

The 50-year-old star addressed hundreds of mourners at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel, which included the biological mother of her adopted late son Michael Bryan, who died on Feb. 26.

"I'd just like to say thank you to everybody," said Osmond, according to People. "As you see I have amazing support from great men, my family, my brothers. God was very wise when he put me into a family with honorable men because they have served as examples for my children."

"I'm so proud of each and every one of you," she continued. "I'm proud of my son and I honor his birthmother who's here today, who gave me the greatest gift. Thank you for those beautiful 18 years."

The service ended with Osmond joining her brothers in singing the hymn, "God Be with You Till We Meet Again."

Close family friend Mary Hart was among the mourners. The television reporter told Entertainment Tonight that she was moved by the touching tributes to Bryan, one of five children adopted by Osmond.

"His siblings spoke so lovingly and with such a great deal of humor, that you know, we were laughing and crying at the same time," said Hart.

"I know it made Marie feel much better," she added of the day's events. "This is just, you know, an insurmountable loss for her, but Marie's tough and she has her very strong faith and her phenomenal family and just seeing all of the Osmonds once again pulling together to support one another, and to see their love, is just way beyond anything that can be contained in this church."

Bryan, who previously used his adoptive father's last name of Blosil, died in an apparent suicide after jumping from the eighth floor of Los Angeles apartment building. The young man, one of the entertainer's eight children, had long battled depression.

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Marie Osmond in 'Disbelief' Over Son's Death

By Chloe Bunker on March 1, 2010

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Marie Osmond remains in seclusion as she leans on her family for support following her son's shocking death.

"They're doing the best they can," a family friend tells People of the Osmonds, who are mourning the loss of the entertainer's 18-year-old son Michael Blosil, who committed suicide Friday night in Los Angeles. "They're all together. She's taking care of her family. They're all trying to explain that certain [bad] things happen while they grieve at the same time. They're trying to understand and make sense of it."

Michael, one of the entertainer's eight children, had long battled depression, but Osmond was confident her son had turned the corner.

"When she heard about the tragedy, she was a mess. She was in disbelief," the insider told the mag.

Entertainment Tonight anchor Mary Hart, a close family friend, said she saw Blosil about a month ago and he seemed to be in "excellent spirits."

"He had struggled," Hart said on CBS' The Early Show Monday. "He had been in and out of rehab. And, Marie, always looking for the silver lining, had always hoped for the best. ... He was in excellent spirits. I've seen him throughout the years, but on this particular day, he and Marie were so excited about him attending the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in L.A. They were upbeat, and he was very happy, and seemed to be looking toward the future."

Hart also echoed that Osmond "is finding solace in her faith and her family."

"The Osmonds are a very close-knit family and, in times of loss or tragedy, they support each other and really band together as a family, and in love," she said.

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