Marie Osmond son’s death

Marie Osmond plastic surgery is also a hot buzz today. Marie Osmon unveiled the details of her son’s death in ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’. Marie Osmon said Oprah that Bryan was suffering from the drug abuse and depression since he was 12 years.
Bryan had committed suicide eight months ago. Bryan jumped from the eight floor of a building located in Los Angeles. Medical examiner declared that he was dead. It was rumored that he was a gay that made him to commit suicide. However, Marie denies this rumor and admitted that her son was not a gay. She said: “He wanted to be married and have a family and travel all over the world. And it wouldn’t matter if he was. I have a daughter who is gay, and it was my daughter who was offended by it, like, ‘What? All gay kids commit suicide?’ She really wanted it cleared up.”
After her son’s death, Marie joined her work in couple of weeks as she could get some soothing relief. She also said in the show that: “I know that if I didn’t get back on stage, that I may never get back on stage.”

Marie Osmond son’s death
Marie Osmond.

In quotes provided Wednesday by Harpo Productions, Osmond says it was a ‘calculated decision’ for her to return to work within weeks of her son’s death because the ‘stage is my safe place.’
Osmond says she ‘knew that if I didn’t get back on stage, that I may never get back on stage.’
Osmond’s son, 18-year-old college student Michael Bryan , jumped from the eighth floor of an apartment building in Los Angeles in February. The coroner ruled the death suicide.
Osmond and her brother, Donny, took a brief break from their Las Vegas show before returning with a teary tribute to Bryan in March.

Marie Osmond opened up about her son, Michael, on Oprah today, and it was a gut wrenching interview. She admitted that Michael suffered from depression at the time of his death, and that he had even told her at one point that he ‘had no friends.’ She also added that he was not using drugs at the time of his passing.
Marie also shared some happy memories of Michael Osmond with Oprah. She noted how he had a head of curly hair, a trait which he also shared with his sister, Brianna Osmond. At Michael’s funeral, Brianna said: “Michael never forgot my birthday. It’s a big deal in a family as big as mine. I didn’t like my curly hair when I was little but he made me feel better about it….because we matched.”
When asked by Oprah Winfrey if she felt ‘what-ifs’ surrounding Michael Osmond’s death, Marie Osmond replied: “I think there’s always what ifs. I think if you live in what ifs you stop living. And I have to put it in God’s hands because I have other children that I have to be strong for.”

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