Miley Cyrus And Dolly Parton's NYE Duet Is Being Called "One Of The Greatest Of All Time," And I Know I'm Dramatic And Gay... But I Agree

Every few years, like the Olympics or some random comet, a certain thing happens without fail...

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People discover that Miley Cyrus can, in fact, sing.

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It usually involves someone re-discovering her 2012 "backyard sessions" performance of "Jolene."

Like, this is the top comment on that video: "Shit man, I always thought of this girl as a Disney princess, but watching her with Metallica and other covers including this one she clearly has a HIGH vocal range and talent."

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Sometimes, it's someone finding her duet of "Don't Dream It's Over" with Ariana Grande.

Or, more recently, her cover of Britney Spears's "Gimme More."

Miley can SING.

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And now, it seems like we're in the midst of another one of those every-few-year moments...

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Miley and her Godmother Dolly Parton performed a medley of "Wrecking Ball" and "I Will Always Love You" on their New Years special.

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And it's one for the history books.

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We're talking actual tears.

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Brain chemistry is being altered.

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I know I'm a bit dramatic, but this is really, really *that* good.

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Give yourself five minutes and 59 seconds and just watch.

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I need this on Spotify, a Dolly/Miley tour, an honorary Grammy award, a Presidential medal of honor, etc.

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Now, excuse me while I wait patiently for Miley's new single "Flowers."

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