Marie Osmond Dedicates Return Vegas Show to Late Son

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Following the tragic death of her son, Marie Osmond returned to the Las Vegas stage, alongside brother Donny, last night.

The siblings performed for a sold-out crowd, as Marie dedicated the concert to her late child, saying:

"The way Osmonds survive is we keep singing. That's what we want to do tonight. I know my son would want that and this show is for him."

The crowd stood and cheered Marie throughout the 90-minute event, growing especially supportive when Donny said: "I think we need to give a big round of applause for my sister for even coming on stage."

This performance came just days after Rosebanne Barr actually called Marie out for playing a role in Michael's suicide. The washed-up comedian said Osmond should have chosen her son over her supposedly gay-bashing religion.

Despite this controversy and despite their grief, the Osmonds had fun on stage.

Marie joked about about her brother's dancing skills, to which Donny replied that he won Dancing With the Stars. But he didn't do that in heels, Marie pointed out, as she exceled at on the ABC show.

As one could only expect, it was an emotional night. Marie wiped away tears when finishing the evening's final number, "It Takes Two."

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Donny and Marie have a family connection that will always ring true for the two of them.By honoring their contracts and giving the gift of songs and entertainment to their sold out audience, it was a good thing for everybody.
I continue to think of them and family!!