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Marie Osmond is retaining her spirits up throughout her coronavirus quarantine.
The 60-year-old “The Discuss” co-host revealed in a video chat interview with Leisure Tonight that she’s been speaking to her fellow “Discuss” co-hosts — Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve and Carrie Ann Inaba — frequently and likewise has her hairstylist on velocity dial.
Osmond confessed that whereas she will do her personal make-up, she’s horrible at hair and likewise needs recommendation about the way to maintain the grey hairs away.
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“I referred to as her up and I mentioned, ‘How does it look?’ and he or she goes, ‘You are proper, you actually cannot do hair, are you able to?'” Osmond joked a couple of current dialog she had with the hair skilled. “She talked me via this. She made me pin this all ahead in a ponytail, and he or she mentioned, ‘Now you pull it over your grays after which they cannot see it.'”
Osmond admitted she likes studying new methods and methods.
“It is enjoyable as a result of there’s all types of how you’ll be able to conceal issues and do issues that saves money and time, and proper now when individuals cannot go … I do know the way to shade my hair. I simply haven’t any of the coloring issues right here so she’s sending me some.”
Osmond is presently spending time together with her husband, Steve Craig, at their Utah dwelling and is having fun with the standard time collectively.
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“It is the primary time we’ve got been alone since eternally,” she shared. “I’ve eight brothers and he has six siblings so it is like, I do not even bear in mind not having 1,000,000 individuals round and it is actually enjoyable. We have now the very best time.”
“I do not assume I’ve ever slept this a lot,” Osmond mentioned with amusing. “For 57 years I’ve labored. It has been unimaginable.”
The veteran Las Vegas performer additionally shares some encouraging phrases for others throughout this worrying time.
“Change will all the time be constant, and typically throughout these modifications is if you actually hone in on what’s really vital — time with your loved ones, typically sitting nonetheless and being with your self and saying, ‘You recognize, I’ll work on this.’ It is a actually good factor and typically I imagine God offers us these items to get us to there once more, as a result of even with expertise and transferring thus far ahead, typically we have to take just a few steps again and see what we have left behind and I believe these are these moments,” she mentioned.
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“We’re gonna get via this, and it is all gonna be OK,” Osmond mused. “We’re gonna have some stumbles alongside the way in which however we’ve got to maintain religion and hope, and love one another and serve one another — that is what’s actually going to get you thru every thing.”