Miley Cyrus And dolly parton looked all set to welcome the new year as they were seen rehearsing for their big holiday special, Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party, The “Wrecking Ball” singer, 29, rehearses her performance with her godmother, 76, in Miami on Saturday, Dec. 31. , with Dolly still in Dolly’s full hair and makeup!
Miley also shared some great photos from the rehearsal on her Instagram. At Carousel, the amazing duo share the stage during a practice run, with Dolly wearing an incredible black leather dress. In another post, Miley shared photos of her rehearsals with some of the other talent set for the show, including Sia, Fletcher, Latto, Rae Sremmurd And lily,
“Inauguration Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party was an unqualified success and we know this year’s show will be just as great, with tons of surprises and tons of fun,” a press release from NBCUniversal Television and Streaming exec, Jane Neill, Read ahead for Miley and Dolly’s big night. “We can’t wait to get the party started.” As fans will remember, Miley hosted last year’s show saturday night live weird guy Pete Davidson.
Meanwhile, the NYE concert follows Dolly’s performance at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in October. The “Jolene” hitmaker along with 13 of her fellow nominees took over the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles eminem, Lionel Richie, Duran Duran, Pat Benatar And carly simon
Dolly was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for her incredible contributions to the American music scene. With a debut album in 1967, the singer/songwriter would score hits over the next four decades with ditties such as “Coat of Many Colors,” “9 to 5” and “Here You Come Again.”
However, his approval for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year, was initially met with some resistance by Dolly, which backfired somewhat. She initially said she was “respectfully” pulling out of the nomination. instagram Due to the fact that he didn’t feel like he earned it. at that time he told Board that he did not see himself as a “rock n’ roller” in any sense of the word.
However, he had a change of heart soon after his nomination was announced. “I never meant to cause trouble or stir up any controversy. It was always my belief – and I think millions of other people as well – always thought that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was just the best thing in the rock ‘n’ roll business.” was set up for great people, and I just don’t feel like I’ve really lived up to that and I don’t want to take anything away from the people who’ve worked so hard,” Dolly said. Board, “So I just wanted to get out before the good starts. I later learned that it was much more than that, obviously. … I am very honored and humbled [the induction]And so I will try to live up to it.”
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