Dolly Parton & Reba McEntire Look Glamorous as the Longtime Friends Pose Together in New Photo
Dolly Parton showed off the tight bond she shares with longtime friend Reba McEntire in a new heart-melting Instagram post. Parton revealed that she will join McEntire's podcast to discuss their four-decade friendship.
Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire are two iconic singers who have both dominated the genre of country music. However, apart from their shared love of music, the pair have a four-decade friendship between them.
Parton's fans were treated to a breathtaking photo of both women standing close to each other as they showcased their friendship. McEntire stood in front while Parton rested her head on her pal's shoulders.
The singers didn't fail to bring their A-game as Parton looked ravishing, rocking her trademark blonde hair with an embellished top that had chains and spikes.
The "Coat of Many Colors" crooner wore a light makeup look with sparkly eyes and flaunted a wide-eyed grin that accentuated her beauty.
On the other hand, McEntire opted for black sequin dress with a deep V-neckline and thin sleeves. Her iconic red hair looked beautifully styled, giving way to her long earrings. In the accompanying caption, Parton celebrated their friendship, writing:
"With a friendship that's lasted over 40 years, @reba and I always have a lot to talk about."
She concluded the post, revealing that she would feature on McEntire's new podcast on Spotify titled "Living & Learning with Reba McEntire" and urged her 3.5 million followers to listen.
Parton's annoucement comes days after she paid tribute to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Lovers of the singer were quick to praise their long-lasting friendship; one fan even hinted that their talents cannot be compared to that of any singer.
McEntire's podcast series will see her connect with as many celebrities as they discuss life issues weekly. She is set to co-host with her former on-screen colleague, Melissa Peterman.
The "Does He Love You" crooner during an interview with People Magazine spoke about the project at hand and explained that partnering with Peterman is one of her best decisions. In her words:
"I'm a better listener, and when [the guests] get to talking, I keep listening. Melissa hops in and asks another question to keep it rolling, so I think we make a good team."
Parton's annoucement comes days after she paid tribute to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who passed away on September 18. The country singer took to Instagram and shared a poetic statement, praising Ginsburg's legacy.
The renowned entertainer expressed her respect and gratitude for the deceased, alongside a black-and-white photo of the late feminist icon in her judicial robe.