The Osmond Brothers have revealed that Chuck Norris once gave them lessons on how to make their dance moves less girly. Singer Alan Osmond said that Norris taught the 1970s boyband some martial arts moves to incorporate into their dance routines. In a post on the band's official website, Alan explained: "[I said,] 'Chuck, we need to toughen up our dance. Can you help us?' "And he said, 'Well let's learn some karate, and you can apply the moves, 'cos there's stomps, and hoo, yeah!' You know, it was very boyish, and that's what we wanted." The Osmonds are best known for tracks such as 'Crazy Horses' and 'Love Me for a Reason', and have previously been honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.