Dolly Parton honored by Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry at Grammys

Dolly Parton with Miley Cyrus and Shawn Mendes

Dolly Parton honored by Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry at Grammys

Dolly Parton was joined by more than a dozen of the top-recording artists to perform at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night.

Several of those ditties were honored during Sunday's tribute, in addition to performances of "After the Gold Rush", Parton's newest song "Red Shoes" and, of course, the iconic "9 to 5". The Grammys previously paid tribute to Parton in 2011, when the legendary singer and songwriter received a Lifetime Achievement award: Keith Urban, John Mayer, and Norah Jones teamed up to perform a rendition of "Jolene".

Parton, a native of Tennessee, won her first Grammy in 1978.

Parton, who turned 73 on January 19, was recognized in recognition of her significant creative accomplishments and longtime support of many charitable causes.

The news went viral and when Dolly and special guests performed 9-5 live on stage, it was clear that many people love the original movie and are ready for a sequel.

"Buddy, I had a ball", she said to more laughs.

"It doesn't hurt to have some separation", the country songstress exclusively told Us Weekly at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Friday.

Katy and Kacey performed "Here You Come Again" before Dolly and goddaughter Miley hit the stage for "Jolene". For Parton, being apart from time to time does both parties good in the long run because this gives spouses something to look forward to when they reunite. "You're not personally involved, but you still get off on it".

Dolly Parton brought down the house at Sunday night's Grammy Awards.

Her own charity work owes much to her admiration for her father, who labored in tobacco fields and construction sites and could not read.

Dolly Parton has revealed the secret to her five-decade marriage with husband Carl Thomas Dean.

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