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Donny Osmond!

posted by Nell Minow

Great piece by Marjie Killeen on True/Slant about the reasons to love Donny Osmond. I agree! He is enormously talented, he has a sense of humor about himself, and he has lived a life of courage, integrity, and generosity. I hope he wins Dancing With the Stars!



  • John Key

    Donny, you look as if you really are having a good time in the Stars program. I was watching last night thinking that you look much better than you did a few short weeks ago. The Lord knows what you need.
    Take care and it really doesn’t matter … win or loose.
    God Bless, JOHN

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Thanks for a wonderful comment, John, and blessings on your and your family.

  • Your Name

    Donny, what a pleasure it has been over the past couple months to watch someone who sets such a high standard to our nations young people with the way you and your family have convey a message that a life lived as our Lord would like each of us to live, during these days when Christians are made fun of and joked about in the public world. My wife and I jumped for joy when Tom announced that you and Kim had won the Dancing with the Stars trophy.
    May He continue to lead you and bless you in all that you do! I give thanks to our God for giving us public figures such as you and Marie. Good job and well done.
    Jay

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