Osmond was the only girl in her famous family musical group which helped her come to terms with the uncertainty.
"And then, I realized because I'm a thinker, why did God give me these great brothers and why did he give me this amazing father?" Osmond explained. "And truly they changed my opinion of men, which made me feel that it was something I was going through."
Osmond's comments echoed the ones which found Cyrus in hot water on Sunday. In an Instagram video, the pop star said, "I always thought I had to be gay, because I thought all guys were evil, but it's not true." Backlash from the LGBTQ community ensued as it was inferred that Cyrus believed homosexuality was a choice.
Cyrus -- who has identified as pansexual in the past -- responded with a tweet saying, "YOU don't CHOOSE your sexuality. You are born as you are. It was always been my priority to protect the LGBTQ community I am a part of."
Osmond has previously advocated for marriage equality and has publicly stated she sees it as a civil rights issue.