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Alan Osmond Appears In A Wheelchair To Support Brother Donny And Sister Marie At The Las Vegas Walk Of Stars

Date October 9, 2019 16:36

Back in the 1970s, Alan Osmond was the leader of the boyband, The Osmond Brothers. He no longer sings not because he lost the spark or wanted to retire at a young age, but because he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

The father-of-eight has been battling MS for 33 years old, but he has never lost his charisma, influence, and willing to make the world better. Nowadays, he spends his time with family, writing songs, doing charity, and many more.

Alan Osmond Appears In A Wheelchair To Support Brother Donny And Sister Marie At The Las Vegas Walk Of StarsGetty Images / Ideal Image

October 5 was a remarkable date for the Osmonds. The 70-year-old made a very rare public appearance for the sake of his siblings — he used a wheelchair as he came to support Donny and Marie as they were honored with a star on the Las Vegas Walk of Stars.

After 11 years, Donny and Marie Osmond are to end their residency at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas next month. CNN and Entertainment Tonight reported the two decided to part their ways and end the long-running show Donnie & Marie to pursue their own projects.

Their older brother, Alan Osmond, couldn't miss such a spectacular event for the world. Although he rarely appears in the public eye, his brother Donny and sister Marie are more important than anything.

The trio shares the closest bond. In 2018, Marie revealed her brother Alahd had had back surgery. She took to social media to confirm the news:

His [Alan's] wife Suzanne told me it’s been a very challenging process, but she said the biggest motivation he has had right now is to be in #Hawaii 🌺 next month for our big show.

Nothing is better than the reunion of siblings, especially after a long time. Although each of the Osmonds brood has their own life, family, and career, they seemingly try their best to see each other as often as possible. .