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Good news for Idaho

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Perry White, Mar 26, 2007.

  1. Perry White

    Perry White Active Member


    Donny says Osmonds may reunite for TV special
    Osmond, a 1970s teen heart-throb who is back in the British charts with his 55th album, said on Friday the brothers are considering a reunion special on television.

    "The family has been talking," Osmond, 49, the undisputed star of the family, told reporters in a teleconference to promote a new U.S. television show that he is hosting.

    "I haven't done a show with my brothers for 25 years or so. We are talking about doing a TV special, and maybe something with (sister) Marie, but nothing is locked in yet."
    At the height of their popularity in the United States and Britain during "Osmania," fans chased them everywhere. Osmond recalled how one admirer tried to mail herself to him and was found in a box at the post office.

    Three of the brothers -- Wayne, Jay and Merrill -- continue to perform as The Osmond Brothers, sometimes joined by the youngest of the clan, Jimmy, who is remembered for his hit song "Long Haired Lover from Liverpool."
    After nearly 45 years in the business, Osmond is on another upswing. His 55th album, "Love Songs of the 70's," which was just released in England, has already gone gold. It is due to be released in the United States in about a month.
  2. 55 albums?
    Holy crap.
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