Dolly Parton & Miley Cyrus delight with medleys of their biggest hits


Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus, who is her goddaughter, rang in the New Year together at Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party. The two of them put on a great show together that made everyone happy.

At the Miami party, the talented duo makes a great mix of music. First, she sings “Wrecking Ball,” a hit song from her album Bangerz. Then, though, Parton starts to hum the words to “I will always want you,” and all of a sudden she starts to sing the beautiful song in her soft and beautiful voice.

Both Cyrus, who is 30, and Parton, who is 76, sing together. Everyone in the crowd joins the talented singer in singing. But Parton’s version of “I will always love you” still feels like a new take on the song.

Parton wrote this song about her business partner and co-worker Porter Wagoner in 1973, when she was just starting out on her own. In 1992, Whitney Houston sang this song for the movie “The Bodyguard.” This was almost 20 years after she first sang it. This version of the song was a huge hit, and Houston won a Grammy for it.

It’s the first time that Cyrus and her godmother sing “I Will Always Love You.” But it’s not the first time that the two talented singers have shared the same stage.

Cyrus and Parton have performed together many times, including at the 2019 Grammys and on an episode of “The Voice.” She sang “Jolene,” a hit song from the movie with the same name.

Several Internet users posted comments praising the performance of the duo. While one person says, “Dolly’s voice is so soft. But it’s so powerful and strong. It fits right in with Miley’s. They should make an entire album together.” “Miley is a gem, and Dolly is a legend in the music business,” says the other.

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