Dolly Parton & Goddaughter Miley Cyrus Belted Out 'Jolene' At The Grammys

Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton

Katy and Kacey performed "Here You Come Again" before Dolly and goddaughter Miley hit the stage for "Jolene".

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Throughout her decades-long career, Parton has been nominated for 47 Grammys, successfully taking home eight.

The duo is known for busting out a bit of Jolene from time to time, so this certainly wasn't their first rodeo, but I'd wager just about everyone was stoked regardless.

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Parton, 73, also appeared to touch on some of the concerns of the #MeToo movement and sexual misconduct in entertainment and other industries, when she described entering the music business when it was a "man's world".

"I'm blowing my punchline of my speech tonight, but I'm saying she teaches people not to judge a book by its cover, or its huge boobs and its big hair", Cyrus joked. It was a rare public appearance for Ronstadt, who can't sing anymore because of Parkinson's disease, which Parton mentioned. It was a joyous moment, the love for Parton and her music clear on all of the singers' faces, as well as in the audience (many were spotted dancing along throughout the tribute, including Korean supergroup BTS).

Numerous musicians who performed with Parton on Sunday night were also at Friday's ceremony. She captioned a photo of them on the red carpet at MusiCares with yet another lyric: "We rely on each other uh-huh". Rolling Stone has learned that she's set to perform re-recorded versions of her hits as well as music from the soundtrack of Jennifer Aniston's Netflix movie, "Dumplin'".

Friday's dinner and auction at the Los Angeles Convention Center generated more than $6.7 million, Recording Academy president Neil Portnow said. Let us know in the comments (below)!

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