Marie Osmond has suffered another injury while performing in her Las Vegas residency with her brother, Donny. The 60-year-old singer said she "chipped off a piece" of her kneecap after falling onstage during a performance last week, but that it won't stop her from finishing out her 11-year residency at the Vegas showroom.
Marie opened up about the incident to her co-stars on The Talk, where she vowed that the show will go on despite her injury. The star told fans who bought tickets for the final week of Donny & Marie concerts at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino that she will still perform in the final shows.
"It's underneath the kneecap, I chipped off a piece," she said. "So I probably won't be dancing a lot, but I will be there. I can sing!"
Marie noted that this was her second fall in recent months on the Vegas stage. In September, she fell during a performance and also hurt her knees, as previously shared by The Inquisitr. At the time, the star shared videos of herself icing her bruised legs.
"I'm always okay... it's just interesting that it would be so close together. I've never fallen before," the singer said of her latest injury.
She added that her knee probably wasn't strong enough after the September fall and that she probably should have still been wearing a brace while performing the dance routines.
On The Talk, a video of Marie's fall was shown to viewers. After she takes a major tumble, she can be heard telling Donny she can't walk and that she thinks she broke her knee. When she asks Donny what they should do, the doting brother tells her to go off stage because "the first thing we got to do is take care of you."