While the hosts discuss Miley Cyrus receiving backlash after telling women they "Don't have to be gay" because there are "good men out there," Marie Osmond reveals how being sexually abused as a child caused her to question her sexuality. "When I was about 8 or 9 I actually thought I was gay. And the reason is because I had been sexually abused to the point that men made me sick. I didn't trust them. I didn't like them," reveals Osmond. "I had so many body issues. I was looking at women, and I thought, why am I looking at women? I must be gay. And then, I realized because I'm a thinker, why did God give me these great brothers and why did he give me this amazing father? And truly they changed my opinion of men, which made me feel that it was something I was going through. So, I'm not saying anything about anybody, I'm saying that with her [Miley Cyrus] statement, and with my life personally, that changed the way I looked at myself."