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Marie Osmond dedicates Carnegie Hall performance to late son

Veteran entertainer Marie Osmond dedicated her performance at New York City's iconic Carnegie Hall on Tuesday (25Nov14) to her late son.

The Paper Roses hitmaker was hit hard in 2010 when her adopted son, 18-year-old Michael Bryan Blosil, jumped to his death from the balcony of his Los Angeles apartment following a long battle with depression.


With the holidays coming up, his absence is even more prominent, so Osmond dedicated a special song to her late son when she took to the stage at the legendary Big Apple venue.


The singer served as a special guest at Carnegie Hall, performing religious aria Pie Jesu with her other son Matthew's high school band.


She tells Entertainment Tonight, "I sang Pie Jesu for the first time on Oprah (Winfrey's talk show) when my son passed away. So it was a special song for the holidays. I feel his love. I think he was here tonight. He (Matthew) was awfully proud of him (Michael)."