Dolly Parton's Thanksgiving Spectacle: Hits and High Spirits

Dolly Parton’s Thanksgiving Spectacle: Hits and High Spirits in Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Uniform

Dolly Parton’s Thanksgiving Cheerleader Chic!

Thanksgiving! Rocking the ‘N’ roll a bit extra this year – thanks to Dolly Parton. At the release event of her new album Rockstar, the country superstar took the stage at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, against the Washington Commanders during the Thanksgiving Day game.

For a high-energy performance, the renowned singer donned a version of the Cowboy’s cheerleader uniform, featuring a white bodysuit with blue stars, a sequined navy crop top, and prominent white shorts. While the duo presented a modern take on the traditional cheerleader look, Dolly Parton‘s midriff was completely covered with beaded mesh. Above the button of Parton’s belly, there was a crystal star, and he added more crystal embellishments to the already sparkling outfit.

Dolly Parton’s Halftime: Hits and Hope

Dolly Parton kicked off the halftime show with her beloved song “Jolene” and later transitioned into another classic, “9 to 5.” He also presented the theme song for Queen’s “We Are the Champions.”

Dolly Parton's Halftime Performance
Dolly Parton’s Halftime Performance

Dolly Parton was announced as the halftime performer for this year’s Thanksgiving Day game with Salvation Army last month, expressing her “honored” partnership with the Salvation Army in a press statement.

He said, “The Salvation Army and the Red Kettles have been a symbol of hope for our friends and neighbors who are facing challenging times for a long time. My goal is to uplift everyone who can contribute to helping their neighbors in need. Every small act of kindness helps, and together, we can love our neighbors in this holiday season and beyond.”

Dolly’s Rockstar Album and the Wrecking Ball

The singer and songwriter unveiled her latest album, Rockstar, on November 17, featuring collaborations with Katy Perry, Rango Starr, Elton John, Pink, Brandi Carlile, Melissa Etheridge, and other artists. The album includes 30 tracks, mixing covers and original songs, showcasing collaboration between artists.

Before the album drop, Dolly Parton released her version of Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” – a collaboration with the 30-year pop star and her goddaughter, who is also her divine sister. In an Instagram video, Dolly Parton discussed the song.

Dolly’s Wrecking Ball Impact: Miley’s Gratitude

He expressed, “The initial time I encountered ‘Wrecking Ball,’ it struck me in a way reminiscent of the first time I listened to Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ in ‘The Bodyguard.’ I was driving, heard it, and I damn near wrecked. And when I heard ‘Wrecking Ball,’ I damn near wrecked again. I thought when this course started, ‘It hit me like a wrecking ball.'”

Dolly Parton sang 'Wrecking Ball' with Miley Cyrus
Dolly Parton sang ‘Wrecking Ball’ with Miley Cyrus

Cyrus expressed her gratitude on Instagram for the collaboration. “I grew up surrounded by my aunt Dolly Parton’s music, and to hear her sing a song of mine is an honor. I’m very happy, adding another collaboration beneath my beaded (braided leather) belt! I’m thrilled to share this record with everyone. Excited to share it with enthusiasm. Forever your drum baby, Miley.


Dolly Parton’s Thanksgiving performance, blending musical prowess with a heartfelt partnership with the Salvation Army, marked a memorable celebration. From rocking the halftime show in a dazzling Cowboys cheerleader outfit to unveiling her collaborative album “Rockstar,” Parton’s impact resonates far beyond the stage. Her emotional rendition of Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” exemplifies the connective power of music. In this season of gratitude, Dolly Parton’s commitment to spreading love and kindness echoes, making Thanksgiving 2023 truly special.

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