Donny and Marie Osmond’s 11-year Las Vegas residency has come to an end.
The pair performed their emotional final show on Saturday at the Flamingo Las Vegas, with Donny joking he would see his sister at Christmas.
The siblings’ successful residency began as a six-week engagement but was so well received that it ended up being extended again and again.
More than 900,000 fans attended the duo’s 1,730 performances over the years.
“I don’t know how I’m going to get through this,” Donny said before they belted out “May Tomorrow Be A Perfect Day”, People reported.
Marie told the crew, “I’m gonna miss you guys the most,” before telling her brother: “He can say all he wants about the crew and everything else, but I’m going to miss you. I love you.”
The siblings then hugged it out as the curtain fell for a final time.
After the performance, Donny and Marie both thanked fans for their constant support on Instagram:
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In the world of theater, a lamp is always placed on stage after a performance. 💡 The ghost light serves to dimly illuminate the stage so that it's never completely dark. The curtain came down on the final #DonnyandMarie performance in #Vegas tonight, but our ghost light continues to glow at @flamingovegas. (The flamingo is only appropriate, right? 😉) That's a wrap, everybody! #VivaLasVegas