Marie Osmond is leaving as co-host of CBS daytime talk series "The Talk" after one season to pursue other projects, Variety has confirmed. “One of the highlights of my year at The Talk was working with my dear friend John Redmann and I’m excited to continue our working relationship on several projects we are developing," […]
Model and actress Brigitte Nielsen said she would take up a company's offer of $4500 to get infected with coronavirus.
Marie Osmond of "The Talk" sparked a friendly debate on the television show Friday.
Actress Hilary Duff defended herself on 'the Talk' after she confronted a stranger who was taking photos of her son and his soccer team without permission.
Marie Osmond took issue with TMZ's reporting of Kobe Bryant's death, and recalled her own experience with a death hoax.
Sharon Osbourne weighed in on the recent news that Dog the Bounty Hunter has proposed to his girlfriend, Moon Angell.
Marie Osmond says TMZ should have waited until all of the victims' families were notified before breaking the news of Kobe Bryant's death.
Sharon Osbourne weighed in on recent allegations of Grammy Award voting irregularities, saying "everybody knew it was rigged."
Marie Osmond weighed in on a report that Meghan Markle's father, Thomas Markle, will testify against her in an upcoming lawsuit.
Sharon Osbourne slammed critics of Instagram model Kaylen Ward after Ward sold nearly $1 million worth of nude photos to help aid Australian wildfire relief efforts.
"The Talk" co-host Marie Osmond weighed in on the story of a Utah woman charged for being topless in front of her stepchildren in her own home.
'The Talk' creator Sara Gilbert said farewell to the CBS talk show on Friday. Check out what she said in her farewell and how her co-hosts reacted.
Singer and producer David Osmond inherited his love of music from his famous father and Marie Osmond's brother, Alan Osmond. But like his father, David also developed multiple sclerosis.
President-elect Donald Trump may be boasting about his star-studded inauguration for the ages, but there won’t be many A-list celebs in attendance to bear witness. While America’s Got Talent singer Jackie Evancho, Toby Keith, 3 Doors Down, Sam Moore (of Sam and Dave fame), Lee Greenwood, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and the Rockettes are all scheduled to perform, many more stars reportedly declined the invite. Heck, even the B-Street Band, a popular Bruce Springsteen cover group, pulled out of the inauguration festivities. Take a look at who else won’t be lending their voices on Inauguration Day.
Donny & Marie star Marie Osmond confirmed that she will not be performing at Donald Trump’s inauguration on Jan. 20. Earlier this week, following an interview Osmond gave to Yahoo Finance, rumors that she would perform began to circulate. When asked if she had been approached to perform, Osmond replied, “I have not.” However, she added, “I don’t get political.