Donny Osmond is a famous singer and actor. But some people might need to be made aware that he first performed as a family act with his four older brothers before starting a solo career.
Even after launching a solo career, he assisted his brothers in every aspect of their lives. He always kept sight of his brothers.
A talented performer as well, Merrill Osmond is Donny Osmond’s older brother. Donny made sure he was present to witness the legendary performance after the elder Osmond announced his final show a few months ago.
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The musician posted a photo of a heartfelt exchange with his brother while on stage, in which Donny gave his older brother a tight hug from behind.
He wrote a sweet comment next to the picture, “It was a night I’ll never forget. I went to my brother Merrill’s final US performance. I started to sing along with the audience of fans jam-packed into the Westgate theatre, where we performed together in the 1970s as I listened to him play.
He asked me to join him at the end of the performance, and as he sang his last song, I couldn’t help but give my brother a thoughtful farewell embrace.
Even though Merrill’s vocals gave the music its sound, the Osmonds were all of us. The time was beautiful. I appreciate it, my brother. “.
The two brothers’ loving conversation is so sweet. It’s so sweet that Donny went to see his brother’s final concert in Las Vegas and posted an adorable photo and message on social media thanking his brother for supporting his younger brother’s career.
It was a night I'll never forget. I went to my brother, Merrill's final performance here in the US. As I watched him, I turned into a fan myself as I sang along with all of the other fans packing the Westgate theater, where we performed together in the 70's. pic.twitter.com/Ja8q5vzgTw
— Donny Osmond (@donnyosmond) April 7, 2022
Donny and his four older siblings performed as “The Osmonds” for several years. The group was highly well-known for much of the middle of the 1970s. In 2003, they were honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for their musical contributions.