A clip of Miley Cyrus and Shawn Mendes rehearsing for their Dolly Parton tribute performance they've been teasing on Instagram has been posted onto Twitter and people can not wait to hear the full thing at the "Person Of The Year" Tribute Concert hosted by the Recording Academy ahead of the Grammy's.
Musgraves and Perry began the tribute with Parton's "Here You Come Again", with the duo sporting teased hair and bright red outfits.
Miley Cyrus then arrived onstage with her signature low-voiced growl to deliver a rousing performance of "Jolene" alongside Parton, who is also her godmother. The last verse was done completely acapella to a silent audience swaying their arms along to the rhythm. Parton wrote the original song "Red Shoes" for the film, and brought it to the Grammys stage with assistance from country quartet Little Big Town. She was joined by Grammy favorites Little Big Town.More news: Netflix for iOS now auto downloads your next episodes
"Anybody out there working a nine to five job?"
All of the singers came back out to perform Parton's mega-hit "9 to 5".
Friday's gala raised 6.7 million US dollars for MusiCares, Recording Academy President/CEO Neil Portnow told the audience.More news: Dispute about Nord Stream 2: Moscow warns of obstacles
Eight-time Grammy victor Parton, the singer and songwriter behind the hits "9 to 5", "Jolene" and "I Will Always Love You", got the biggest laughs at the 29th annual gala for MusiCares, which helps members of the music industry in need.
Parton is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, actress, author, businesswoman, and philanthropist - and she's known primarily for her work and contributions to country music.
The 61st Grammy Awards opened with a performance from J Balvin and Young Thug, who were joined by Ricky Martin, Camila Cabello, and Arturo Sandoval. It's even more special knowing the gala benefits music people in need. Fellow performers included Cardi B, Brandi Carlile, Dan + Shay, Post Malone, Shawn Mendes, Diana Ross, and Janelle Monae.More news: Groom accused of sexually assaulting server, starting fights at his wedding reception