On top of her Guinness World Records accomplishments, Parton will soon receive The Governor’s Award at the 32nd Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards for her work on Smoky Mountain Rising
Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede dinner show is getting a new name for the new year.
The superstars will appear on The Year In Memoriam 2017, hosted by Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts.
“They put kerosene on it for antiseptic and momma took her sewing needles…and she literally had to sew my toes back on,” Parton revealed.
Parton also opens up about her new children’s album and working with Jennifer Aniston.
The highlight of the costumes came from Matt Lauer, who was dressed as Dolly Parton.
Schlapman ran into Parton and couldn’t waste the opportunity to have her youngest daughter meet the country music legend.
“‘Diane’ is my response to Dolly Parton’s ‘Jolene.’ It’s the apology so many spouses deserve, but never get,” Cam explains of the song.
Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Reba, Dolly Parton, and more took the stage to celebrate the iconic Kenny Rogers.
“It’s really exciting. I don’t even know who’s on the show,” a beaming Rogers admitted as Dolly Parton stood by his side.
“Islands in the Stream” is one of the most beloved songs in country music, but what if the song had never gotten the chance to become a hit?
“I started having a a little pastel tattoos, pastel butterflies or little things, just to cover scars,” Parton revealed.
In true Dolly Parton fashion, the Tennessee native handled her split dress like a pro and even joked about it to the CMA Awards audience.
50 years after releasing her debut album, Dolly Parton released a record of children’s songs, and you have a chance to win a signed copy!
This Is Us star Mandy Moore fangirled over Dolly Parton, who told her she loved the NBC drama.
In typical Dolly Parton fashion, I Believe In You will leave fans, young and old, feeling inspired and ready to take on the world.
Parton and her pals came as support to present the award for the Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, which made the EMMYs crowd excited for their mini-reunion.
Even your favorite country artists had to face the all-too-infamous school photos, smiling awkwardly in all their grade school glory.
“It’s kind of mind-blowing because here we are at the Ryman Auditorium, surrounded by these icons of country music,” Nashville’s Charles Esten told SLN on the blue carpet.
“My first album was released 50 years ago and it’s been an amazing 50 years since then. I am very excited that now I’m coming out with my first children’s album in all of those 50 years,” said Parton.