Since making her debut at the ripe age of three on The Andy Williams Show, Marie Osmond has been a staple of American pop culture. Adored for her grace, charm, intelligence, and diverse talents, Marie's popularity continues to grow and transcend generations.
Warmly welcomed into millions of homes each week during the late 1970s, she was the "little bit country" half of the Donny & Marie Show. Television, however, is just one facet of her stellar career.
In addition to hit records, musicals, international concert tours, best-selling books, and commercials, Marie is also an esteemed member of the QVC family. Her relationship with QVC began in 1991 with the introduction of her fine porcelain collector dolls.
In addition to being QVC's top-selling doll line, Marie's collection was also nominated as Trendsetter of the Year in the collectibles industry. In 1993, Marie began sculpting a number of her own dolls and has received several Dolls of Excellence and Doll of the Year nominations. She was recently honored with QVC's highest recognition, the coveted QStar Award for Product Concept. Marie was also the first recipient of the Crystal Award, the collectible industry's highest honor. She continues to expand upon her designing talents, which now include products for the home and her signature fashion jewelry collection
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