Jane Fonda announces that she's re-teaming with Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton on a follow-up to their 1980 comedy hit.
The New Zealander singer Lorde posted a photo of a bathtub along with the caption "and iii will always love you" — and Whitney Houston fans weren't having it.
The country music icon revealed that she and her '9 to 5' co-stars, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, are 'trying to get the script' for a long-awaited sequel.
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, her charity that gives free books to children, has just given away its 100 millionth book.
Miley Cyrus crushes a perfect imitation of Dolly Parton during a performance of "Islands in the Stream" on "The Tonight Show."
Miley Cyrus and Jimmy Fallon donned disguises and put on an impromptu performance in a New York City subway station.
A new book about Dolly Parton, which comes from interviews she gave, reveals she had an "affair of the heart" and it was one of the reasons that led to her contemplating suicide in the '80s.
Jerry O’Connell has been acting since he was a boy — there will always be a special place in our hearts for cherry-flavored Pez lover Vern Tessio from Stand by Me — but his hosting skills have been keeping him extra busy.
It was an a cappella Christmas on NBC as Pentatonix performed everyone’s favorite Christmas classics. The group from Arlington, Texas, just released a Christmas album aptly titled A Pentatonix Christmas, so it makes sense it would have a TV special called A Pentatonix Christmas Special. The majority of the special was Pentatonix in a theater, beautifully singing Christmas classics to a live audience.
“Hi, Lord, it’s Dolly — I’m back!” Make that “I’m baaack!!” Not because the little-girl-Dolly-Parton played by Alyvia Alyn Lind is issuing a threat at the start of Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors, airing Wednesday on NBC. It’s just that the kid is so darn enthusiastic, insistent, and triumphant even before she achieves any triumphs, other than continuing to wear her coat of many colors without getting beaten up by the neighborhood kids. Lind plays a 9-year-old Parton who’s living in backwoods Tennessee in the 1950s as a sort of alternate-timeline Hamilton understudy: She’s forever talking, singing, and speaking in a singsong rhythm about her dreams of stardom and/or world conquest.
After the success of NBC’s adaptation of Dolly Parton’s song “Coat of Many Colors,” Parton told Yahoo TV she’d like to reunite the cast for a Christmas-themed TV movie. Now, it’s happening.
Dolly Parton and Katy Perry teamed up for their first-ever live performance together at the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards — and it was electrifying.
Dolly Parton introduces Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors seated in a Christmas sleigh parked in front of a gigantic Dollywood sign. The plug for her Tennessee amusement park is justified by the fact that the commercial venture is located in the same rustic environment in which Dolly grew up, and that’s the site of this TV-movie set in 1955. The sleigh is there because Dolly clearly wants Coat of Many Colors to become a holiday tradition, even though the plot has nothing specifically to do with Christmas.
Dolly Parton is gearing up to celebrate her 50th wedding anniversary in May by getting married all over again to hubby Carl Dean. “We’re going to get in our RV and go on a honeymoon,” she told Insider correspondent Keltie Knight at the premiere of her TV movie, Coat of Many Colors. In honor of their wedding day, Dolly says there’s a good chance they’ll probably return to the Peach State and “maybe spend the night or something like that.” While they have always been very supportive of each other, Carl decided early on to remain in the background and let his celebrity wife take the spotlight.