Coming up this evening at 9, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes Marie Osmond for a candid and endearing face to face interview that comes with less than 40 days until the general election.
The 52-year-old singer and actress is a member of the Mormon faith, the same religion practiced by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. But simply because the former Massachusetts governor shares Osmond's religion, that does not mean he can automatically count on her vote:
"I don't care what they [the candidates] believe," she tells Piers Morgan. "I vote for the person."
A well-known entertainer for virtually her entire life, Osmond feels her industry colleagues are guilty of pushing their own agenda and opinions into an arena that they don't belong:
"I don't play politics, I don't do that. I think there's too many celebrities out there claiming what they believe," says one half of the famed "Donny & Marie" brother-sister duo. "I think it's our job to get people out to study the issues, and to know what they believe, and what they want to vote for."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening at 9 as the host of the new talk show "Marie" further shares her insight on being Mormon and what it may mean if Romney were to become the first Mormon president.
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