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The mother of one performed a piano-driven rendition of Parton's hit while her 'Piece by Piece' tour stopped in Albuquerque on Thursday night, August 27.
John Sacret Young will write the two-hour TV movie based on the singer's 1973 hit song.
Parton surprised child actress Alyvia Lind by announcing that she landed the role in the upcoming TV movie.
The country music legend will produce the project based on her songs, stories and life with 'a family audience in mind'
The singer revealed in a recent conference call that she wanted to record a dance LP focused on LGBT pride.
A representative for Parton denies speculations saying that the country singer lip-synced while performing for 150,000 fans who packed the Worthy Farm in southwest England on Sunday, June 29.
The 'Here You Come Again' singer says in a new magazine interview that she is planning to have another big wedding to celebrate her 50th anniversary with husband Carl Dean.
Parton, who reportedly suffers from minor injuries following 'fender bender' in Nashville, tells her Twitter followers that she feels 'a little tired and sore.'
The veteran singer can be heard rapping about host Queen Latifah before making fun of her own boobs and making references to goddaughter Miley Cyrus.
The 'Islands in the Stream' country singer says of Judy, 'I love her as much as I love anybody in the whole world, but we're not romantically involved.'
'I was brought to tears again last night, as I'm sure many were, when Jennifer Hudson sang 'I Will Always Love You' on the Grammys in memory of Whitney,' Dolly says.
The country music veteran jumps into rapping by throwing some rhymes, 'She's queen of her own good but I'm the queen a Dollywood.'
Parton looks gorgeous in a cleavage-baring tight dress at the special-screening event taking place at Chinese Theatre, Los Angeles, while Latifah looks pretty in a simple green gown.
Latifah's Vi Rose Hill and Parton's G.G. Sparrow are two stubborn women who are forced to work together to save a Gospel Choir in a small town.
The 'Backwoods Barbie' singer spreads the smile and joy to people around her with the uplifting song taken from her forthcoming album 'Better Day'.