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April 15, 2020

Dolly Parton Sings 'He's Alive' for Fans on Easter

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Dolly Parton gave a sweet message and at-home-performance of “He’s Alive” on social media, just in time for Easter Sunday.

Last Sunday was, perhaps, the most unique Easter Sunday the entire world has seen as several people are still in a state of panic amid the coronavirus pandemic.

However, Dolly Parton did not put the special celebration aside and instead shared a special Easter message and song for her fans who are celebrating at home.

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PARTON’S EASTER MESSAGE

The country star shared a few wise words through a video posted on Twitter, before singing one of her famous songs, “He’s Alive.” 

Parton reminded her fans and followers that worshiping God is not limited to being at church. “The kingdom of God is within,” she added before continuing:

“This year we’re going to kind of star around the house a little bit, right? But that doesn’t mean we can’t worship in the same way that we should.”

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The singer gave $1 million to the Medical Center of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, to aid in the research for the virus.

The country star had a cross in the background, while she sat on a chair and played her guitar. Parton, who wore an elegant peach dress, performed the song about disciple Peter’s perspective of the resurrection.

A CORONAVIRUS QUARANTINE POEM

Previously, Parton took to social media to share a self-written poem about observing quarantine amid the pandemic. 

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“This too shall pass, as all things will. If the virus don’t kill us, the staying home will,” the poem began. The 74-year-old singer continued to talk about realities that families face at home, including kids being bored and couples fighting.

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Parton ended her poem by asking the Lord for a cure for the virus, before repeating the line, “If the virus don’t kill us, the staying home will.”

PARTON’S $1 MILLION DONATION

The legendary singer has been active amid the pandemic, showing her support in various ways and bringing at-home entertainment through social media.

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Parton joined several other celebrities, organizations, and individuals in a bid to fight coronavirus by giving financial aid.

The singer gave $1 million to the Medical Center of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, to aid in the research for the virus.

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The coronavirus rapidly spread throughout the globe in the past months, infecting nearly two million people and taking away thousands of lives.

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