May 28, 2020
Iconic songstress Dolly Parton posted an inspiring singing clip in honor of the fallen war heroes and to remember their selfless sacrifices on Memorial Day.
The Memorial Day holiday is a day set aside for Americans to reflect on the sacrifices of their fallen soldiers. This day also presents them the opportunity to remember and celebrate the efforts of these war heroes.
Dolly Parton shared a singing clip to salute the Memorial Day. The blonde beauty backed it up with a note of gratitude as she wrote:
"Today, we thank and honor those who have sacrificed everything for our country. #MemorialDay."
Lovers of the "Jolene" singer joined in the acknowledgment, and some couldn't get over her melodious voice in the shared post. Dolly isn't the only celebrity who marked the Memorial Day.
Other stars like Justin Bieber, Kylie Jenner, Emma Roberts, Jessica Alba, Lea Michele, Demi Levato, Luke Evans, Christina Anstead, among others, also reached out to celebrate the holiday.
The legendary singer has shown her concern and support by making a $1million donation to fund research programs.
Pregnant singer Katy Perry and her fiance, Orlando Bloom, enjoyed some fun time in California on the Montecito beach with few friends. The couple is soon to welcome their first child together. This will be Bloom's second child as he shares a 9-year-old son, Flynn, with his ex-wife, Miranda Kerr.
Children were not excluded from the celebration as model Chrissy Teigen shared an image of her kids, Luna and Miles, while wishing her fans a Happy Memorial Day. She wrote:
"Happy Memorial Day from our monsters to yours."
Like many other celebrities, Dolly Parton uses her Instagram account to connect with fans and update them on current events. The world is currently experiencing a health crisis with an increase in deaths due to the novel coronavirus.
However, the legendary singer has shown her concern and support by making a $1million donation to fund research programs.
Dolly has also shown her appreciation for the health workers who are the frontliners. In a post, she thanked them for their consistency and support. The 74-year-old owns an Imagination Library where she shares videos that features her reading bedtime stories.
This is an initiative to help parents put their kids to sleep since the lockdown has forced the closure of schools, leaving parents to homeschool and self-isolate with their kids.
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