Donny Osmond Performs at MGM National Harbor

Donny Osmond

Donny Osmond took the stage at MGM National Harbor on Friday night, performing a mix of his classic hits and new material. The show was a part of Osmond’s “Donny & Marie Unplugged” tour, which is a more intimate and acoustic version of his usual show.

Osmond opened the show with a performance of “Puppy Love,” one of his biggest hits. He then went on to perform other classics, such as “Go Away Little Girl,” “I’ll Make a Man Out of You,” and “Soldier.” He also performed some new material, including “A Little Bit Country,” a duet with his sister Marie.

In between songs, Osmond shared stories about his life and career. He talked about his early days as a child star, his time on the “Donny & Marie” show, and his work on Broadway. He also talked about his relationship with Michael Jackson, who gave him some advice early in his career.

“Michael told me, ‘Don’t ever change,'” Osmond said. “‘Just be yourself, and people will love you for who you are.'”

Osmond also took credit for launching “Star Wars.” He said that he was a big fan of the original film, and that he told George Lucas that he thought it would be a hit.

“I told George, ‘This is going to be huge,'” Osmond said. “‘I can see it now, kids all over the world dressing up as Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader.'”

Osmond’s show at MGM National Harbor was a hit with the audience. He received a standing ovation at the end of the show, and many fans stayed after the show to meet him and get autographs.

Osmond’s “Donny & Marie Unplugged” tour is still in progress. He will be performing at other venues throughout the United States.

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