Singer-actress Marie Osmond has reaffirmed her support for gay marriage.

Osmond, who is a practicing Mormon, told ABC's Diane Sawyer that she supports her daughter Jessica, who is openly lesbian.

“My heart broke for her,” Osmond said of her initial response to Jessica's coming out. “I think it's easier now, but not as a 17 year old, not as a child. And I still think there is judgment. I think there's still judgment on many things. If you're Hispanic and Jewish and Mormon.”

“The God that I believe in is a god of love, not fear,” Osmond said. “I believe in [Jessica's] civil rights, as a mother. I think that my daughter deserves everything that she desires in life. She's a good girl. She's a wonderful child.”

“I don't think God made one color flower,” she added. “I think he made many.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

The 53-year-old Osmond is currently promoting her memoir titled The Key Is Love: My Mother's Wisdom, A Daughter's Gratitude.