Dolly Parton Delivers Stunning Thanksgiving Halftime Show
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In a memorable Thanksgiving moment, the legendary Dolly Parton took center stage as the headlining act during the halftime show of the Washington Commanders and Dallas Cowboys game.
At the age of 77, turning 78 in January, Parton delivered an electrifying performance that featured her timeless hits such as “Jolene” and “9 to 5,” along with renditions of Queen’s anthems, “We Are the Champions” and “We Will Rock You,” in support of her latest rock album, Rockstar.
Adding a touch of team spirit and flair to the festivities, Parton embraced the occasion by donning the distinctive outfit of the Cowboys cheerleaders, further connecting with the crowd in a lighthearted and festive manner.
Parton’s Generosity Extends Beyond the Holidays
The announcement of Dolly Parton as the halftime performer for this year’s Thanksgiving Day game came a month prior, and in a heartfelt press statement, the singer expressed her deep honor in partnering with The Salvation Army.
Parton emphasized the enduring significance of The Salvation Army’s Red Kettles as a symbol of hope for individuals and families facing difficult times. She passionately encouraged everyone to contribute, underlining the belief that even the smallest acts of generosity can have a profound impact. Her message resonated with the spirit of the season, fostering a sense of community and support for neighbors in need not just during the holidays but extending well into the future.