If December is the month of Hallmark films, then January is unquestionably the Miley Cyrus month. For the second year in a row, Dolly ‘Jolene’ Parton will co-host her famous New Year’s Eve live webcast. Stars like Jack Harlow, Pete Davidson, Anitta, and many others put on a show for us last year. Everyone is welcome to attend the “party in the USA,” which is a free live feed of Miley’s New Year’s Eve party. “We can’t wait to get the party started,” said Jen Neal, executive vice president of live events and specials at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming.
Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus Share a Bond
Dolly and Miley have a unique and enduring friendship. In addition to being two extraordinarily accomplished and gifted musicians, Parton and Cyrus are also related because Parton is Cyrus’ godmother. Parton frequently made guest appearances on Disney’s Hannah Montana, which Miley was hosting at the time. In the programme, she played Miley’s Aunt Dolly. They continued to become closer after that. Parton and Cyrus frequently performed together. Even on the song Rainbowland from Miley’s album Younger Now, Parton made an appearance. According to People, Miley even went so far as to refer to Dolly Parton as her “role model.”
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Comments poured in as soon as Miley announced the news on Instagram. While NBC said, “Can’t wait!!!,” Paris Hilton wrote, “Icons” on a photo of Parton and Cyrus.