All four of the original Osmond Brothers—Alan, Wayne, Merrill, and Jay Osmond—gathered for a final performance together for Marie Osmond's 60th birthday on The Talk Monday.
"The four original Osmond Brothers performed for me on a birthday last year in Hawaii, it was a big concert," Marie shared. "And I am going to tell you that I asked them, on a larger scale, if they would come to The Talk and the four original brothers will perform for the last time ever for my birthday!"
The Osmond Brothers performed for Marie last year during an interfaith devotional in Hawaii.
During the concert, Marie shared, “We are all Christians. We are united in God and through our Savior Jesus Christ, and we are His children—His ‘ohana,’ which means 'family' in Hawaiian."
She continued, "I believe that standing together, strong, and showing the world the teachings of Jesus Christ are not only timely more than ever, but are timeless."
The four Osmond Brothers began their musical careers more than 60 years ago with their appearance as a barbershop quartet on The Andy Williams Show. Younger brothers Jimmy and Donny later joined, creating the singing group The Osmonds. Marie's own career also began on The Andy Williams Show, and her country music career later took off with her hit "Paper Roses."
“I was 12, and that launched into ‘I’m A Little Bit Country, I’m A Little Bit Rock and Roll’ for Donny and Marie." Marie shared on The Talk on Oct. 8. "But if you really go back to the beginning, none of us would be here without the four original Osmond brothers."