Marie Osmond‘s brothers had worldwide successes as pop-music in the 1970s as Osmonds. Marie Osmond, who preferred country music, took up the song Paper Roses at the age of 14 and made a number one hit right away. Other singles followed but they were less successful. During these years she worked with her brother Donny.
It lasted until 1984, before she was able to reach one of the country charts in the duet with Dan Seals with the song Meet Me In Montana. She was able to repeat this success a year later with her solo recording There’s No Stopping Your Heart. Also their next singles were high in the hit parades. Their last recording was released in 1990.
In addition to her musical activities, Marie Osmond was also successful in other fields. She worked as a fashion designer, wrote counselor, and appeared several times in films. She also worked for the benevolent purposes of the Osmond Foundation.
Together with her brother Donny, she appeared in a separate program on American television from 1976 to 1979, and the two of them were among the youngest presenters of all time, thanks to the “Donny & Marie Show“.
In the 1990s, she was seen as a White’s daughter and business partner for a short time alongside Craig Ferguson and Betty White in Golden Girls, a TV series “Maybe Next Time”. The series, however, could not get through and was taken back after only a few episodes.
As a contestant at Dancing with the Stars, she fell into the headlines through an impotence attack during the show.