Donny and Marie Osmond fight tears while performing the last show of their residence in Las Vegas
Saturday night turned out to be the end of an era for Donny and Marie Osmond.
While performing their last show in Las Vegas at the Flamingo during the weekend, Donny, 61 and Marie, 60, sang their hearts out for a sold-out audience to end their 11-year residency.
When it was time to sing their last song, May Tomorrow Be a Perfect Day, the brother and sister duo sang through their tears while videos of their time spent in Sin City played behind them.
End of an era: while performing their last show in Las Vegas at the Flamingo during the weekend, Donny and Marie sang their hearts out for a sold-out audience to end their 11-year residency
& # 39; Well, we have reached the finish and I was limping a bit !! Last night as & # 39; Donny and Marie & # 39; we sang together again, but this time was for the last time. I do not lose him, after all we are still brother and sister and I see him at Christmas. But & # 39; Donny and Marie & # 39; will be different now, & # 39; Marie wrote on her Instagram alongside a video of the two.
& # 39; Change is a good reminder that it is the only thing in life that is consistent. But this is one of those times when it is not easy to move forward without tears. & # 39;
Donny also went to Instagram to share a sincere post and also write: & # 39; After 11 years and 1,730 shows, we have just completed the final performance of our #DonnyandMarie Las Vegas residence. I want to thank everyone who came to watch the show during our 11-year walk here in Vegas. You have traveled all over the world to see us perform. We feel and appreciate your loyal support. & # 39;
See you soon: Donny and Marie said goodbye to the audience after their last performance
& # 39; Our show and our Vegas residence here at @flamingovegas would not have been possible without our phenomenal crew, director, video director, band, dancers, wardrobe and makeup teams, maitre d & # 39; s, sounds and staff at @flamingovegas, & # 39; he continued.
& # 39; Your warmth, energy and skills are irreplaceable. I will miss you all. & # 39;
Marie also says goodbye to her show The Talk, where she is a regular panel member for the show. And in the midst of all her goodbyes, she sent a special message to her big brother.
& # 39; For my brother, you have been to me. I mean, I can't even remember because I'm younger & # 39 ;, she said in a preview of the upcoming episode.
& # 39; It's just really great to have someone next to you who you know can read your mind. And if something goes wrong, we just know and that is a long-standing history. He has such hard work ethics, I think he knows I do that. But I love him. & # 39;
More goodbye: Tonight will also close their time at The Talk where Marie is a full-time panel member
Earlier this year the brothers and sisters started saying goodbye to their home in Las Vegas.
& # 39; Why? Why not? There are so many projects that we want to do individually. She has her career, I have my career … We had no idea it would be 11 years old. We started as a six-week contract and here we are 11 years later, & Donny revealed as he spoke Entertainment tonight.
& # 39; We announced this and the following day they said: & # 39; Oh, they fight & # 39;, & # 39; Marie agreed. & # 39; And I like: & # 39; Oh come on, we get mad at each other every day. Come on. & # 39;
Her post: Marie went to her Instagram to say goodbye to Las Vegas in a genuine post
Trucking: Marie got into a knee brace on Sunday afternoon after she had broken off part of her kneecap & # 39; during a Vegas show prior to her last performance