Loretta Lynn Showered with Well Wishes from Alan Jackson & Other Stars on Her 88th Birthday
Country music icon Loretta Lynn recently clocked 88 years, and fellow celebrities took to social media to celebrate the music industry legend and shower her with sweet messages.
On April 14, country music star celebrated her eighty-eighth birthday, and her fans and celebrities couldn't hold back in celebrating the icon. Alan Jackson took to Instagram to leave a message for Loretta. He wrote:
"Happy birthday Ms. Loretta! @lorettalynnofficial"
Jackson's post was a photo of himself on stage. He had dropped on one knee to give the eccentric birthday girl a kiss on the hand. His followers also took to the comment section to join him in wishing Loretta a happy birthday.
"Delta Dawn" singer Tanya Tucker also joined others in the well-wishing. She took to her Instagram page to share a video of herself in which she referred to Lynn as her favorite female singer, adding that she loved her very much.
Other celebrities who also celebrated the icon were Tayla Lynn who posted a video with her father. Beth Christman also posted throwback pictures of Loretta and wished her well.
Lynn teamed up with an old mutual friend of hers and Cline, Ray Stevens, to pay tribute to Patsy at the CMA's 25th-anniversary concert.
Loretta Lynn took to her Instagram to reveal that she had been receiving calls, texts, and videos from people who wanted to wish her a happy birthday.
She posted a video of the popular lead singer of the rock band Poison Bret Michaels in which the musician wished her an incredible birthday. Captioning her post, Lynn wrote:
"Well, the day is young, but I'm already getting all kinds of sweet birthday calls, texts, and videos! Thought I'd share like this one from Bret Michaels."
Titled "Me & Patsy Kickin' Up Dust," the book followed the legendary adventures the two had for the two years they knew each other before Cline's tragic death in a plane crash.
Struck with grief, the singer named her daughter, Patsy Lynn Russel, who co-wrote the book with her, after her late friend.
In 1983, Lynn teamed up with an old mutual friend of hers and Cline, Ray Stevens, to pay tribute to Patsy at the CMA's 25th-anniversary concert.
Since her days on the stage, the country music legend has stolen many hearts with her music and her personality, and they all couldn't help but celebrate the wonderful woman.