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11 February 2019, 11:13 | Updated: 11 February 2019, 11:23
Dolly Parton showed her enduring star quality at last night's Grammys with a medley of classic hits.
The country superstar sang a stunning version of her 'Jolene' with her famous goddaughter Miley Cyrus, to honour Dolly's iconic career.
It wasn't the first time Dolly and Miley had performed the song together. In 2016, Dolly invited Miley on stage for the 25th anniversary celebrations of Dollywood.
This was Dolly's first appearance at the Grammy Awards since 2001, and took to the stage as part of an all-star celebration of her work, including guests Kacey Musgraves, Little Big Town, Katy Perry and Maren Morris.
Perry and Musgraves sang on Dolly's hit 'Here You Come Again', before Miley joined Dolly for a harmonising masterclass on 'Jolene'.
Next, Maren Morris joined Miley and Dolly to sing a three-part harmony of Neil Young’s 'After the Gold Rush'. Little Big Town then joined Dolly for 'Red Shoes', before Dolly closed it out with a burst of '9 to 5'.
Momento final del homenaje a Dolly en el que Miley acabó cantando con Dolly Parton, Katy Perry, Kacey Musgraves, Linda Perry, Maren Morris & Little Big Town la canción “9 to 5”. pic.twitter.com/ftUup8StPI— Miley Cyrus Noticias (@NoticiasSmilers) February 11, 2019
Also on the night, Diana Ross celebrated her upcoming 75th birthday with a special medley of hits.
Lady Gaga was among the winners at the Grammys, giving an emotional speech for triumphing with the soundtrack for A Star is Born.
Meanwhile, her co-star Bradley Cooper was on hand to accept a Bafta in London for Best Original Music.