In 1978 Marie Osmond and her brother Donny acted in a film called Goin’ Coconuts.
The title of our post is a play on that film title with an emphasis on the last four letters of the title i.e NUTS.
Marie Osmond is a supporter of the LGBT lobby and has been for some time. She supports same-sex “marriage” and in 2010 she was named Grand Marshall of Ogden Utah “gay” pride parade.
She has a large family which includes five adopted children. One of her adopted children is a daughter called Jessica whom she adopted when married to her second husband Brian Blosil.
Jessica Blosil is a lesbian and recently she entered into a sodomite coupling aka same-sex “marriage,” with Marie Osmond’s blessing and best wishes!
Marie attended the pretend “marriage” and after the proceedings described her butch lesbian daughter’s girlfriend as her “wife.”
Marie Osmond is a Mormon and that cult is supposedly opposed to homosexual activity and same-sex “marriage” although all is not as it appears with this cult.
The Marriott hotel chain is owned by Mormons and Marriott is pro-LGBT and has only recently phased out its in-room pornography video service because their profits from porn were declining!
When it comes to the Osmonds the old saying “all that glitters is not gold” comes to mind. They certainly glittered and dazzled in the 70’s especially but later they experienced financial woes, ill-health and divorce(s).
Marie has been married three times, twice to the same man. She was married “for time and all eternity” to Steve Craig in the Salt Lake LDS temple in 1982 but their “eternal” marriage only lasted until 1985 when they were divorced.
She then married Brian Blosil in 1986 presumably “for time and all eternity” in another Mormon temple. That marriage brought her closer to eternity in that it lasted until 2007.
Then in 2011 Marie re-married ex-husband Steve Craig in yet another Mormon temple and, at the risk of repeating myself, it was probably “for time and all eternity” once again!
Mormons refer to these “eternal” marriages as “sealings” so Marie was sealed to hubby no.1 for eternity then they divorced then she was sealed to hubby no.2 for eternity then they divorced and then she was sealed again to ex-hubby no.1 which begs the question, was she unsealed from one hubby before being sealed to another and, if so, these are not eternal marriages but temporal and this makes a nonsense of the Mormon church’s claim to have the power to perform “eternal” marriages.
The Bible clearly teaches that in heaven they neither marry nor are given in marriage. Marriage is for this life only.
Click on link below to see Marie Osmond’s support for that which the Bible describes as unnatural and an abomination.