Look who came to work today! Marie Osmond debuted her new blonde hair on the February 11 episode of The Talk and, after seeing the iconic performer with a new ‘do, we have to admit she looks gorgeous!
The “Paper Roses” singer, 60, complimented her cool hairstyle by rocking a beautiful teal dress on the CBS series. As the program aired, The Talk posted a few videos of Marie’s new hairstyle on Instagram Stories.
However, the Donny & Marie star’s blonde locks might not come as a surprise to some because Marie did mention she was changing up her look a bit on Twitter.
Teasing the transformation one day prior, she wrote: “Watch @TheTalkCBS tomorrow!! I’m going to be blonde on the show. I hear they have more fun. What do you think? #LetsTalk.”
This isn’t the first time Marie has rocked blonde hair. She previously wore her tresses this way during a girls trip to Mt. Rushmore. Plus, she exclusively told Closer Weekly she would permanently change her hair to blonde if it got “really, really gray” or she couldn’t “dye it black anymore.”
Also, it doesn’t hurt that her kids adore her hair. Marie revealed she first went blonde in an effort to hide from the paparazzi so she could spend more time with her children.
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This photo was taken on my girls trip this week to #MtRushmore. We were looking at all the cute cabins where we were staying that one of our friend’s dad owns. They were all occupied, and one sweet lady said you can come see ours, my husband is sleeping but could you take a photo with him anyway? He’ll be sad he missed seeing you. Now, I’ve taken a lot of photos with people throughout my life but this… oh, it’s definitely the most unique!!! 🤣😂🤣 He woke up and still remained in bed 😆 but this situation made me think about my topic for today’s Sunday message… getting out of bed! 😳🤗🤪🧐😜🥰 I do several things when I first wake up. First, I get up! It would be so easy to stay in bed and sleep a bit longer, but I have found the day just goes better when I just GET UP. The next thing I do is set my intentions for the day. I read scriptures, make a few notes about what I need to do and then take a moment to ponder what I have read. It’s my simple devotional, and although it doesn’t require a great deal of time, it sets a tone of peace for the rest of my day. This morning I came across a familiar scripture that I have…