One tough cookie! Even though Marie Osmond badly bruised her knees during a recent performance at the Flamingo Resort in Las Vegas, she still made it back to California to film an episode of The Talk.

While icing her knees in her dressing room, Marie, 59, explained what happened and said she won’t let her injury hold her back. “Look at my knees, look at my knees,” she said before letting out a huge laugh. “I actually did this at the Flamingo while dancing with Donny [Osmond] last night, but I’m going to be there tonight. Yes, I am! I got to get on a plane.”

Marie Osmond Reveals Knee Injury While Dancing Onstage: 'The Show Must Go On'
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“The show must go on,” Marie captioned the clip on Instagram. After watching the video, her fans expressed their concern in the comments. “Omg! Saw that happen last night and was worried about how it would feel today! You carried on like a pro!😘💕🇨🇦,” one person said. Another wrote, “Get well soon! Can’t wait to see you at the flamingo this Saturday!”

Although Marie has her new gig on The Talk, she is still scheduled to perform with brother Donny in Las Vegas until the end of 2019. “I’m going to miss performing on stage with my extremely talented sister every night. She’s the best partner in crime a guy could ask for,” Donny, 61, previously wrote via Instagram. “I’m going to miss seeing and interacting with our fans who have come to see our show and made this 11-year run a great success. We really couldn’t have done it without your support.⁣”

Marie Osmond Reveals Knee Injury While Dancing Onstage: 'The Show Must Go On'

Marie also talked about their show ending and said, “I’m going to miss our home away from home, @FlamingoVegas. We’ve had the time of our lives here.” But don’t be sad just yet! Even though their residency is coming to an end, Donny recently revealed that he’s been working on another studio album and you can still see Marie on The Talk every day.

If you ask us, this is just the beginning of a whole new chapter for Donny and Marie. Get well soon, girl!