Dolly Parton brings hope through an “A Holly Dolly Christmas”

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There are an unflinching charm and warmth to some people’s personality. They fill the world with happiness and positivity. Such people are cherished now more than ever as the world is struggling to come to terms with the negativity that the pandemic has spread. 

The world is more divided than it ever was, and there seems to be no solution to these problems, but there’s some relief thanks to Dolly Parton and her new single “I Still Believe” from her Christmas album. 

“I think we’ve just become so divided, because people just seem to love to hate. You know?”

The 74-year-old singer’s new single really uplifts the soul after a year that left most people feeling low. Through “I Still Believe”, the singer talks about finding sunshine in world darkness. She said,

“This is the Christmas season coming up, but we need to carry that Christmas spirit of peace on Earth and loving one another. We need to carry that into the new year. And Lord knows, I hope next year is better than this one.”

Dolly’s special show on CBS — “A Holly Dolly Christmas”

The country music legend brought the spirit of Christmas to the television sets and the hearts of the audience through her Christmas special “A Holly Dolly Christmas”. Dolly Parton’s Christmas special aired on CBS this Sunday.

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During the show, the 74-year-old singer shared some personal stories and performed to her classic tracks, and even some tracks from her new Christmas album “A Holly Dolly Christmas”

The singer was dressed up in a long-sleeved white beaded dress with a mid-thigh fringe. She performed in an intimate candlelit set and shared some of her seasonal faith-based recollections. 

Her album debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. The set features 12 traditional and original jingles and features artists like Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus, Michael Buble, Willie Nelson, Jimmy Fallon, and many more.

“I Still Believe” is just the song that the world needed

The uplifting song has been showered with love from fans all around the world. People have really connected with the single because of how it talks about facing impending doom and waiting for a day when we can all “walk hand in hand” again.

All the love that fans have been showering through their responses have filled the singer with immense joy and pleasure.

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