Donny and Marie Osmond announced the end of their prolific Las Vegas show on Good Morning America today.
The brother-sister duo confirmed rumors that the show was ending were true and that Nov. 16 will be their last performance after an 11-year run.
"From 6 weeks to 11 years . . . we could not be more grateful for everyone who has traveled from all over the world to see the #DonnyAndMarie show!! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Come see us @FlamingoVegas before the year is up!" Marie tweeted this morning.
From 6 weeks to 11 years... we could not be more grateful for everyone who has traveled from all over the world to see the #DonnyAndMarie show!! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Come see us @FlamingoVegas before the year is up! 💃🏻💋 @GMA https://t.co/Vutib3Ds3O— Marie Osmond (@marieosmond) March 21, 2019
"It's a strange feeling knowing that the end is on the horizon," Donny wrote on Facebook. "Last night after the show, I couldn't help but think about all that I'm going to miss once it's over."
On Good Morning America, the two said the ending will be bittersweet, and said that the show had helped get them through so much this past decade, including Marie's divorce, custody battle, and her son's suicide.
"We have been through so much these past 11 years, her particularly," Donny said, pointing to Marie. "And she gets on stage, and she's such a professional. She does such a great job."
"I have been through a lot, but [Donny] has been my rock," Marie replied.
However, the two say this isn't the end of Donny and Marie. While Donny will be focusing on other projects and Marie says she has some film roles lined up, the two still have a bond that will last no matter what.
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"We know each other's buttons, and I will never let anybody hurt [Donny], just me," Marie said on the show.
Lead image from Good Morning America