Over the years, Dolly Parton has collaborated with various artists to offer fresh interpretations of “Jolene,” including Pentatonix and her goddaughter Miley Cyrus. However, fans were particularly captivated by Parton’s heartfelt duet with Olivia Newton-John. The bond between the two singers was evident, with Parton expressing her poignant farewell to Newton-John upon her passing.

In a heartfelt message, Parton lamented the loss of her dear friend Olivia Newton-John, reflecting on the beauty of their shared moments and envisioning Newton-John’s voice harmonizing with the angels. Their rendition of “Jolene” was released on Feb. 16, 2023, showcasing the seamless blend of their voices and the emotional depth of their performance.

Speaking to GMA, Parton revealed that this collaboration marked her final memory with Newton-John, praising her friend’s resilience, tenderness, and determination. She eagerly anticipated hearing their duet album, bidding Newton-John a peaceful rest and acknowledging the irreplaceable void left by her absence.

Newton-John’s husband, John Easterling, also appreciated the duet, emphasizing Dolly’s kindness and friendship with Olivia. Fans were deeply touched by the unexpected collaboration, lauding the complementary nature of their voices and celebrating the legacy of both iconic singers. One admirer expressed gratitude for the gift of their duet, praising Olivia’s angelic voice, timeless beauty, and enduring inspiration

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