Marie Osmond is 'doing really well' after hospital stay for bronchitis
Marie Osmond is reportedly "doing really well" after a brief hospital stay in Las Vegas on Wednesday, October 26, where she was treated for bronchitis.
Osmond was rushed to a hospital emergency room after performing with her brother Donny at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas.
"I'm fine," the 52-year-old singer told People magazine. "I had a cough. I'm doing really well. It was a big deal that was made from nothing. I feel great."
The magazine reports that Osmond went back to performing her 90-minute show with Donny Osmond the next day.Marie Osmond had raised concerns after she sounded hoarse on stage and complained of tightness in her lungs after the show ended. At the hospital, she was evaluated for about 90 minutes and underwent a series of medical tests, after which she was released and cleared to perform, The Las Vegas Sun reported.
Osmond had been battling the illness for days, which prompted two of the duo's concerts to be canceled last week, her brother had said
Marie Osmond also participated at a signing event to celebrate 20th anniversary of her signature doll collection at the Flamingo Hotel on Saturday, October 29 where she joked about some exaggerated reports about her condition.
"Getting ready for the doll signing. Should I wear red to be festive???.or just stay in my hospital gown since I'm in a coma!! ? ;) LOL," she Tweeted on October 29.
Osmond remarried her first husband, former basketball player Stephen Craig, on May 4, more than 25 years after their divorce and on what would have been her late son Michael's 20th birthday.
Earlier this year, the Osmond siblings released the record "Donny & Marie," which marks the duo's first studio album together in 30 years. It is the follow-up record to their 1978 albums, "Winning Combination" and "Goin' Coconuts."