Is it any wonder that Lee Parton loves Christmas? She has released a number of Christmas albums, appeared in many made-up TV Christmas movies and placed the annual “Smoky Mountain Christmas” extravaganza at her Tennessee theme park, D’Lewood. But this year, the queen of the country is really stepping out.
For 2020, Parton has a new Christmas album, A Holy Dolly Lee Christmas; New Netflix movie, Dolly Lee Parton’s Christmas on the Square; An hour-long holiday special will air on CBS in December. In an interview with Good Housekeeping, she talked about her love for Christmas and her plans to celebrate this year despite the coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic.
“Christmas means everything to me,” says Dr. Lee Parton.
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Parton loves to get into the holiday spirit. “Coat of many colors,” the singer told the magazine. “Christmas has always been my favorite holiday.”
“Christmas means everything to me … I always dress up as Santa Claus and wear red, white and green for the Christmas holidays.”
For Parton, the celebration of Christmas involves early and late cooking while he plays Christmas songs. This 9 to 5 Tara said she keeps that in mind when her husband Carl Dean buys her gifts.
“Carl often buys me things like r prawn or oven belts. People laugh when they find out. They ask, ‘What is your husband giving you?’ Thinking it would be a diamond ring! “But, he just buys me because he knows I really want to,” he said. Her husband of over 50 also keeps the love alive by writing his wife’s poems while he writes them songs.
How D Part Lee Parton plans to celebrate Christmas in 2020
The epidemic has forced many Americans to rethink their holiday plans, and Parton is no exception. She says she will do her best to make the day memorable, while keeping everyone safe. (He told good housekeeping that Dean was not in good health.)
“I’ll still try to make Christmas special this year,” he said. “I have a sister and many nieces and nephews who live nearby in Nashville, so I hope I can spend Christmas in a limited family.”
Like many others, Parton will be embracing virtual gatherings this year.
“Of course, we’ll call all our friends, Zumin and Festimin, whom we won’t see.” “I just hope we find a way to live together safely. All I want for Christmas this year is joy and peace of mind. “
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It’s been three decades since Part’s last Christmas album was released in 1990 Home for ChristmasS. In an interview with Elle, Parton explained why she decided 2020 was the right year for her second collection of holiday songs. The new album features Parton’s brother Randy as well as Willie Nelson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus, Michael Bubbly and Jimmy Fallon.
“Well, Lord, you know what I did last thirty years [Christmas album]”I can’t believe it. But with Kovid and all the things going on in our country right now, I think we really need a break and I feel perfect to do that with the holiday message.”
DOlly Lee Parton’s Christmas on the Square Streaming on Netflix from Sunday, November 22nd. A Holy Dolly Lee Christmas It will air on CBS on Sunday, December 6, at 8:30 p.m.