Yet another book from the flashiest Mormon alive.
Marie Osmond: love yourself
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 22||04/14/2013|
I have to say, she looks great.
Although as always she sounds loopy and completely stoned/drunk off her ass.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 1||04/03/2013|
Yes, do "Love Yourself," except when you're a closeted Mor(m)on son of a haggard celeb whose career is more important than her children.
But if you come out as a lesbian, be sure to tell Mom before she goes on her press tour, so she can use her surviving queer spawn for her own purposes!
And don't mention that Mom still tithes THOUSANDS to her, cult, er "church," which DIRECTLY funded Proposition 8.
No, no, no, because mere platitudes will placate the homos, who buy Mom's horrid dolls and ghost-written book.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 2||04/03/2013|
I have seen the Osmonds, and Donny & Marie. They readily admit, the reason they even started in show business was to support their church. I have read Marie's other book, about her depression, and she admits abuse. (HOW, I wonder considering how closely they were monitored when they were adolescents, but if Marie says so.... Anyhoo, the family has remained close, religious and certainly no wife/baby mama swapping like their peers in another famous family of the time. They worked hard for their money, and still work hard, good for them I say. I am gay, but have been a fan for over 40 years.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 3||04/03/2013|
"I am gay, but have been a fan for over 40 years."
Because you're a gullible, stupid, doll-hoarding Mary.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 4||04/03/2013|
Marie is good people.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 5||04/03/2013|
That's when I started really hating you.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 6||04/03/2013|
If by "good," you mean members of bizarre money-hoarding Ponzi-scheme cults that spend millions to make gay rights illegal, SURE!
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 7||04/03/2013|
R7 I mean I've met her a few times and she's good people.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 8||04/03/2013|
Yes, you're obviously easily impressed by vapid celebrities. Did you get her autograph after waiting backstage at her tacky Vegas show?
One can only imagine the outfits you wear. Mary.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 9||04/03/2013|
I have loathed the Osmonds for over 40 years. If we never saw or heard from them again ever, I'd be fine with that.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 10||04/03/2013|
My favorite description of her ever was as "Mormon sex kitten Marie Osmond."
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 11||04/03/2013|
Their show must not be too tacky since its been a hit for like 5 years or so.
Pull the plug out of your ass!
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 12||04/03/2013|
r12 = Merrill Osmond
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 13||04/03/2013|
She is bat-shit crazy
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 14||04/03/2013|
R13 = Jay Osmond
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 15||04/03/2013|
Yes, because longevity is the true mark of class in Las Vegas.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 16||04/04/2013|
Love yourself, but support a "church" that tells women they are so unworthy they need to uncomplainingly accept abuse.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 17||04/04/2013|
I was completely indifferent to the Osmonds but got dragged to their show in the Las Vegas Flamingo Hotel a few years ago by a collegue with comped tickets. I was surprised, the show was very entertaining.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 18||04/04/2013|
Out of the family, I think she was the only one that wanted to move to Hollywood back in the day. She was sort of the rebel if you your looking at it through Brady Bunch Eyes.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 19||04/04/2013|
The secret is those dolls she sells and got rich from are secretly stuffed with drugs. They are used as mules to move money for the cult in which she belongs.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 20||04/04/2013|
why the hae for her? she supports equal rights.
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 21||04/14/2013|
Jay was the bachelor of the group for years. He's aged very good, looks better than Donny. He was also choreographer of the group, youtube Yo-Yo on Flip Wilson. The Osmonds surprised me by their sheer talent, playing mulitple instruments (no tapes/loops like today's "musicians". Donny and Marie were very open to the audience, and payed special attention to the handicaped (wheelchaired) fans. Again, let's compare them to their contempory rivals...
|by Stephi Nopolous||reply 22||04/14/2013|