Years after she was first inducted, the singer shared the stage with a fellow country musician for a special performance.
Loretta Lynn became a member of the Grand Ole Opry on September 5, 1962. Over the years she made countless appearances on the famed stage, and fans flocked to watch every performance.
In 2012, to celebrate 50 years at the Opry, the Nashville stadium put on a massive concert of which Lynn was the special star.
Another country musician who had joined the Opry in 2003, Trace Adkins, made a special appearance alongside the veteran singer for a duet.
The pair sang Lynn's 1971 hit with Conway Twitty, Lead Me On, and the performance was later shared to YouTube.
The song made it to number one on charts in both the United States and Canada when Lynn and Twitty first released it.
Naturally, Adkins took up Twitty's part of the song.
Throughout the performance, Adkins repeatedly reached over to Lynn, holding her hand or putting his arm around her as he turned up the charm for the incredible performance.
At the end of the song, the pair shared a lovely embrace, and it was clear that Adkins felt honored to have been able to share the stage with such a legend.