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Performing for the Hall Dolly Parton at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum benefit concert at Bridgestone Arena on Oct. 5, 2010, in Nashville
Country Cool Keith Urban and Dolly Parton entertain the crowd during the We're All for the Hall benefit concert at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.
A Few Remarks Dolly Parton talks about working with the musical's director and choreographer, Jeff Calhoun, as a photo of the two from the 1981 set, "The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas" is lowered from the ceiling.
Addressing the Crowd Dolly Parton makes introductory remarks prior to the preview of the <I>9 to 5: The Musical</I>.
A Word From Dolly Diana DeGarmo (left), Dee Hoty and Mamie Parris look to the large screen of Dolly Parton during the final scene from <I>9 to 5: The Musical</I>.
Joining the Characters Onstage Diana DeGarmo (left) and Dee Hoty listen as Dolly Parton addresses the crowd.
9 to 5: The Musical -- Press Conference Dolly Parton (left), Diana DeGarmo, Dee Hoty and Mamie Parris speak with reporters following their sneak preview of the musical.
Dolly Parton Is "Thrilled" about 9 to 5: The Musical The iconic singer-songwriter speaks with reporters regarding the national tour of <I>9 to 5: The Musical</I> premiering in Nashville.
1985 Though her hands are more at home on a guitar, Dolly Parton takes to heavy equipment while moving dirt to make way for her new Dollywood theme park which opened in the spring of 1986.
Dollywood's Opening Season 1986 When Dollywood opened for its first season in 1986, Dolly Parton welcomed guests to "the friendliest town in the Smokies."
Decorated Superstar Dolly Parton during her press conference held at Trinkets & Treasures in Nashville
Waving to Fans Dolly Parton waves to fans outside during her press conference held at Trinkets & Treasures in Nashville.
Hosting the CMT Flameworthy Awards Dolly Parton onstage at the 2004 CMT Flameworthy Video Music Awards in Nashville, Tenn.
Hosting the Awards Show Dolly Parton onstage at the 2004 CMT Flameworthy Video Music Awards in Nashville, Tenn.
Award-Winning Smile Dolly Parton wears a beautiful dress as she holds her 1996 CMA award for vocal event of the year for song "I Will Always Love You" with Vince Gill.
Legendary Performance Dolly Parton performs onstage at the 2003 CMA Awards.
A Country Icon Performs Dolly Parton performs several songs onstage at the 39th annual CMA Awards on Nov. 15, 2005.
Dolly Parton Within a few years, Dolly Parton chose to leave the show to further her solo career.
Dolly Parton Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton