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Originally posted 10/28/2011 09:30AM
Marie Osmond was admitted to a Las Vegas hospital Wednesday night after her voice started to give out during a performance with her brother Donny, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
Complaining of tightness in her lungs, Osmond, 52, was diagnosed with a bad case of bronchitis and released from the hospital after a couple of hours, the rep told Reuters.
The singer – and former Dancing with the Stars contestant – seemed to have a sense of humor about the ordeal.
Originally posted 05/04/2011 02:30PM
Who says love can't strike twice?
Nearly 30 years after their 1982 marriage and subsequent divorce three years later, Marie Osmond and former basketball player Stephen Craig got married for a second time Wednesday in Las Vegas, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
"I am so happy and look forward to sharing my life with Stephen, who is an amazing man as well as a great father to my children," says Osmond, 51, who has a son, Stephen, 28, with Craig, 54.
The couple were married in a private ceremony at the Las Vegas Mormon Temple and celebrating at a reception at their Nevada home.
Osmond wore the same wedding dress, designed by Ret Turner, that she wore at the couple's first wedding.
Originally posted 05/04/2011 01:20PM
Marie Osmond is taking a third shot at marriage – with someone she knows well.
The singer is set to remarry Stephen Craig, her first husband, Wednesday in Las Vegas, a source tells PEOPLE. They'll tie the knot at the Las Vegas Mormon Temple.
Osmond, 51, and Craig tied the knot first in 1982 when she was 22 and he was 25. Their marriage lasted three years, and they divorced in 1985.
Originally posted 11/10/2010 03:35PM
Marie Osmond remembers one of the last conversations she had with her 18-year-old son Michael Bryan.
"When I heard him say to me, I have no friends, it brought back when I went through depression because you really feel so alone," Osmond, 51, says on Thursday's The Oprah Winfrey Show. "I'm not a depressed person, but I understand that place, that darkness.
"I told him … Mike, I'm gonna be there Monday and it's gonna be okay," she continues. "But depression doesn't wait till Monday."
Originally posted 05/19/2010 04:35PM
Nearly three months after her son Michael's suicide, Marie Osmond is "doing great," her brother Donny says.
"She needed to get away and just take care of her own demons in her own mind and begin this process of repairing," he tells Entertainment Tonight in an interview scheduled to air Wednesday. "Marie is a strong woman but she's going to collapse – and she did."
Osmond's son, Michael Bryan, died on Feb. 26 after jumping from the balcony of his Los Angeles apartment. Since his death, Osmond and her brother have returned to the stage, performing their Las Vegas variety show.
And according to Donny, 52, his sister's tireless work ethic is helping her get through the pain.
Originally posted 04/21/2010 08:05PM
Marie Osmond's late son had been suffering from depression due to "bad school grades and a visit from a former girlfriend" and a friend said he had attempted suicide three times previously, a coroner's report released Wednesday reveals.
Michael Bryan, 18, had no drugs in his system at the time he jumped to his death on Feb. 26 from the eighth-floor balcony of his L.A. apartment.
In a suicide note, Bryan "outlined his unhappiness with his life and his intent to kill himself," according to the report, which offered details of Bryan's last actions.
Originally posted 03/18/2010 10:30AM
At the funeral for Michael Bryan, Marie Osmond's 18-year-old adopted son who had committed suicide, there was one family member noticeably absent: the teenager's father, Brian Blosil.
Michael had grown estranged from his father in recent years to the point he had petitioned to legally change his last name from "Blosil" to "Bryan."
"My relationship with my father while I lived at [home] was extremely strained," Michael wrote in an Aug. 28, 2009, petition for a name change with the Utah Country Court. "At the present time, I have no relationship with my father and have no desire to continue to carry his last name."
Originally posted 03/17/2010 02:45PM
Donny and Marie Osmond have cancelled their remaining shows at the Flamingo Las Vegas this week.
"She needs to spend more time with her family," her rep, Alan Nierob, tells PEOPLE. "She's still processing everything and it's really rough on her."
Osmond returned to the stage March 9, following funeral services for her son, Michael Bryan. During that first show, she and Donny were greeted by a standing ovation, and Marie told the crowd, "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 Osmonds are expected to resume performances on March 23, a rep for the hotel confirms.
– Elizabeth Leonard
Originally posted 03/10/2010 02:35AM
With tears in her eyes and her voice shaking at times, Marie Osmond donned her bravest face Tuesday night as she took to the stage for the first time since the death of her son for a show that she dedicated to him.
"The way Osmonds survive is we keep singing," she told the audience at the Flamingo Las Vegas, performing one day after the funeral. "That's what we want to do tonight. I know my son would want that and this show is for him."
The crowd in the sold-out showroom applauded her throughout the 90-minute show, giving her a standing ovation when brother Donny said, "I think we need to give a big round of applause for my sister for even coming on stage."
Originally posted 03/09/2010 08:40PM
A day after laying to rest her 18-year-old son, Michael Bryan, and less than two weeks after putting her Las Vegas show on hold, Marie Osmond takes the stage Tuesday night for a sold-out Donny & Marie show.
"It is important for Marie and her children to get back to a routine that is comfortable for all of them and be together as much as possible," a close friend tells PEOPLE. "They're all together and doing their best to return to work and school."
All 720 tickets for the show at the Flamingo Las Vegas were snapped up. The hit show took a temporary break after Michael committed suicide on Feb. 26 in Los Angeles.
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