65-Year-Old Donny Osmond is Back With a Huge Tour

THE TALK, guest co-host Donny Osmond
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Donny Osmond is showing no signs of slowing down! Three years ago, Donny and his sister Marie Osmond ended their 11-year Las Vegas residency. After decades of performing together, they signed a six-week contract with Flamingo Las Vegas back in 2008. The show did so well that it extended to over a decade, performing hits together such as “May Tomorrow Be A Perfect Day.” About two years after Donny and Marie said goodbye to Sin City, Donny returned for his own solo residency at Harrah’s.

The residency (still ongoing) leads audiences through Donny’s six-decade career including his early days performing as a kid on The Andy Williams Show. He sings newer hits and old classics like “Puppy Love,” and even raps (!) about his career. He calls it “Donny rap-opgraphy.” He adds in some tidbits from his time on Broadway, The Love Boat, Dancing with the Stars, and The Masked Singer. Truly a treat for longtime fans.

Donny Osmond is going back on tour

DONNY AND MARIE, from left: Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, 1976-79.

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Now, Donny is embarking on a summer tour as many nostalgic acts are getting out there to perform this year. Donny shared a list of the tour dates on Instagram and noted how excited he is to embark on another tour after years of exclusively performing in Vegas. He wrote, “Do you have any plans this summer? Well you do now! Rumors have been flying like crazy, but I’m now going to make it official… I’m doing a US tour! I will be performing in 18 different cities across the US. For the schedule and ticketing information, go to donny.com or keep your eyes on my Socials. More details coming soon. See you on tour. Yeah Baby!”

THE TALK, Donny Osmond, (Season 5, aired Jan. 20, 2015)

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Since he has been so busy in Las Vegas and appearing on television, this is Donny’s first nationwide tour in seven years. He plans to stop in cities such as Detroit, Cleveland, Atlantic City, and Reno. While many fans expressed excitement on social media, some questioned why he isn’t really touring near the Southern states. Perhaps if the tour does really well, he will add additional tour dates in new cities.

Get more information and grab your tickets here.

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