WATCH: The Osmond Brothers officially retire after performing on

WATCH: The Osmond Brothers officially retire after performing one more time for Marie

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Appearing on The Talk on CBS, the Osmond Brothers officially retired after singing to their sister Marie for her 60th birthday. Marie began co-hosting duties on the show on Sept. 9, 2019. 

After the Oct. 13 performance, Marie was given a cake by her brothers and the group posed with the hosts of The Talk for a photo. 

"I will never forget today," Marie commented on the photo. 

Happy 60th Birthday Marie ??

A post shared by The Talk (@thetalkcbs) on Oct 14, 2019 at 1:24pm PDT

The Osmonds spent much of their life in the public eye with the prominence of the family band peaking from 1971-1975 with hits such as “One Bad Apple” and “Yo-Yo.”

Both Donny and Jimmy Osmond enjoyed successful solo careers and Donny also thrived as Marie's duet partner. In 1976, Donny and Marie started working on the 'Donny and Marie Show,' a popular variety show that ran until 1979. 

In total, the entire Osmond family has sold 77 million records worldwide from their time as a group and subsequent solo acts. 

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