Donny Osmond shared big news with his fans.
Nearly one year to the day that he ended his Las Vegas residency with his sister Marie, the 62-year-old singer announced he will be back on stage in Sin City for a new round of shows in 2021 -- but this time he won't have his singing sibling by his side.
In a video posted to his Instagram page, Donny was seen hopping into a fuzzy dice-adorned vintage convertible before heading down the Vegas strip.
"Let's welcome back Donny Osmond," a radio announcer said.
The montage included a clip of a smiling Donny pointing proudly at the Harrah's Las Vegas entrance as he cruised by, as well as still pics of the singer looking dapper in a variety of poses before an announcement for his new gig flashed onscreen. Donny's signature song, the 1972 hit "Puppy Love," served as the soundtrack to the clip.
In the caption, Donny revealed that his upcoming shows, slated to begin in late summer 2021, will mark his first-ever solo residency in a career that spans six decades. And it's no surprise that the show will take place at the famous casino that he pointed to in the video clip.