On the first anniversary of Michael’s death, Donny Osmond speaks of his memories and the good times he spent with Michael. Donny told Entertainment Tonight;
“My fondest memory with Michael, we were both fourteen years old, and it was right after the first American Music Awards. We presented an award, and we thought, ‘We’re hungry!’ So we hopped in the back of my limo, drove to Jack-in-the-Box, and we were sticking our heads out the moon roof eating tacos and driving down Sunset Boulevard. We were both laughing our heads off.
It’s still hard for me to imagine a year after his death that he’s still gone, that Michael isn’t with us. But his music lives on. Michael will always be with us.”
Donny, a father of five with grandchildren, often thinks of Michael’s children too, who are now in the care of their grandmother. “She is such a loving woman. I’ve known her a long, long time. Anytime a child can be raised by grandma, you can’t go wrong,” he added.