Queens of country music Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire are two of the most decorated female country artist of all time, winning a combined 10 Grammy Awards, 16 CMA Awards and 19 ACM Awards.
It’s only natural that we want to see the Country Music Hall of Fame members collaborate, à la George Strait and Alan Jackson’s 2000 duet, “Murder on Music Row.”
While Dolly and Reba shared the small screen together in 2005 when Dolly guest starred on Reba’s self-titled sitcom on the WB, their collaborations have been few and far between, which is remarkable considering the longevity of both of their careers.
Hopefully, that may change in the future.
In a sit-down interview with Elaina Smith, co-host of Nash Nights Live and host of Women Want to Talk About Women podcast, Dolly revealed that she could envision herself singing a duet with Reba.
“Yes!” said Dolly to Elaina. “Reba and I have often talked about working together or doing a TV show together. We certainly—through the years—should have done something together, [a TV show] or just to do a movie or something, but we certainly should sing something together.”
OK, Reba, the ball is in your court. Let’s make this happen.
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