Dolly Parton

“Texas Hold’ Em” made Beyoncé the first Black woman with a No. 1 country song, and Parton couldn’t be more proud.
King was at the center of an online frenzy after delivering an expletive-laden performance at a concert celebrating Parton's 78th birthday.
Ironically, Nick Cave's letter about how he doesn't want to be nominated for awards deserves its own award.
Parton told Page Six that her husband Carl Dean didn't exactly say "giddy up" when she showed him the look.
The singer faced backlash for her expletive-laden performance at a concert celebrating Dolly Parton's 78th birthday.
The “Jolene” singer has been married to Carl Dean since 1966.
Parton’s unexpected link to the "Matrix" actor goes all the way back to his childhood.
"The View" co-host offered a concise retort to Parton’s detractors who greeted her Thanksgiving Day performance with ageist scorn.
"You like my outfit?" the country music star asked cheering fans during her halftime performance at the Dallas Cowboys-Washington Commanders game.
The “Jolene” singer-songwriter explained why she isn’t feeling a “Dolly for President” campaign.