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FROM EW: Dolly Parton Will Perform with Katy Perry at the ACM Awards

FROM EW: Dolly Parton Will Perform with Katy Perry at the ACM Awards

Originally posted 03/21/2016 03:35PM

Parton also revealed that her TV movie Coat of Many Colors will be honored with the Tex Ritter Award

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VIDEO: Beyoncé's Cover of  Whitney Houston's Classic 'I Will Always Love You' Will Give You Chills

Beyoncé's Cover of Whitney Houston's Classic 'I Will Always Love You' Will Give You Chills

Originally posted 03/06/2016 11:55AM

We will always love Beyoncé's cover of "I Will Always Love You."

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Celebrate Dolly Parton's 70th Birthday with 10 Heartwarming Stories About Her Life

Celebrate Dolly Parton's 70th Birthday with 10 Heartwarming Stories About Her Life

Originally posted 01/19/2016 05:10PM

If you're a Dolly Parton fan, you probably have no shortage of reasons to love her. She's a great singer, of course, and proved her worth on the big screen with hits like 9 to 5, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and Steel Magnolias.

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Happy 70th, Dolly Parton! 10 Reasons Why She Is Forever an Icon 

Happy 70th, Dolly Parton! 10 Reasons Why She Is Forever an Icon 

Originally posted 01/19/2016 02:20PM

Dolly Parton turns 70 on Tuesday, and we couldn't feel luckier to have her in our lives.

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VIDEO: 15 Reasons to Love 9 to 5, 35 Years Later

Originally posted 12/15/2015 05:35PM

[BRIGHTCOVE "4653975763001"] If you haven't watched 9 to 5 recently, now's a good time to give it a spin. The 1980 movie tells a story about sisterhood and solidarity. And it's as good a movie today as it was when it was when it first hit theaters – Dec. 19, 1980, or 35 years ago this week.

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Dolly Parton on Seeing Coat of Many Colors, the Film Based on Her Childhood: 'I Cried My Eyes Out'

Dolly Parton on Seeing Coat of Many Colors, the Film Based on Her Childhood: 'I Cried My Eyes Out'

Originally posted 12/03/2015 01:35PM

When Dolly Parton was preparing to watch Coat of Many Colors, the upcoming TV movie about her poverty-stricken upbringing in the Smoky Mountains, she had a very Dolly-like reason to watch it in private.

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