Dolly Parton Asks Carly Pearce to Join the Grand Ole Opry Family in Adorable Video
Carly Pearce is on her way to becoming a country music legend. The singer recently became the latest addition to the Grand Ole Opry Family when she was asked by the iconic Dolly Parton.
Carly Pearce is well known in the entertainment business for her soulful voice. The country singer's career hit a new high as she recently joined the Grand Ole Opry institution. This invitation came personally from the iconic singer, Dolly Parton.
The multi-platinum award winner uniquely gave Pearce the good news. Parton invited her to shoot a promotional video for her Dollywood theme park. While filming, the 75-year-old announced that the singer would be joining the show.
The footage shared on Instagram captured Pearce's shock as she received the news. The "Show Me Around" singer could barely contain her excitement as she hugged Parton. Becoming a member of the iconic music venue was indeed a great honor.
To celebrate this touching moment, fans flooded the comment section with their love. Many stated that it was about time. At the same time, others gushed about how happy they were for the 31-year-old, including the singer Tanya Tucker.
For 95 years the institution has served audiences with live performances from A-list artists, bands, comedians, and more.
This historical moment also marked the first time Parton invited someone to join the Grand Ole Opry. To show her appreciation, Pearce gushed about her admiration for the icon. The singer described the 75-year-old as a "fairy godsister."
She stated that Parton was undoubtedly one of America's greatest entertainers. The singer also got her rise to fame through the country star. When Pearce was a teenager, she performed at the famous Dollywood amusement park in Tennessee.
At 75 years old, the country music queen didn't look a day over 50. The "9 To 5" artist once jokingly gave credit to cosmetic surgery for keeping her happy. She also stated that she would never be old.
According to Parton, she didn't have time to grow old. The "Joyful Noise" actress confessed that she planned to maintain her youthfulness with cosmetic surgery. However, she also believed it was more important to feel young on the inside.
Just like the singer, the performances at the Grand Ole Opry never grow old. According to sources, for 95 years, the institution has served audiences with live performances from A-list artists, bands, comedians, and more.
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This year, the Opry invited beloved musicians such as Lorrie Morgan and Charles Esten to perform for their audience. Bands like The Oak Ridge Boys, Riders in the Sky, and more were included in the star-studded lineup.