Dolly Parton breaks three new Guinness World Records – Billboard

Dolly Parton had a pretty epic 2021, what she contributed to funding of coronavirus vaccine, her inclusion on Time 100 and Everyone title of the year, fundraising $700,000 to flood relief Tennessee and release a new fragrance. But on Friday (December 17), the folks at Guinness World Records revealed that the 75-year-old man nation The icon has also added three new records to her whining achievements shelf.


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According to record holders, Parton currently holds the number one spot for most of the decade on the US Hot Country Songs chart by a female (seven) and a female vocalist reaching number 1. on the US Hottest Country Songs chart (25) as well as breaking her own existing record for most hits on the US Hot Country Songs chart by a female artist with 109 impressive hits.

These three new albums join Dolly’s previous record of decades of top 20 US country hits (six), which she won last year. 2018. “Wow, I feel like a bird that wants to fly away,” said Parton in a Guinness World Records video announcing the three new achievements when asked how it felt to add a fourth while breaking records. previous record?

“Actually, getting the first one was a great thing for me and I think just being in the Guinness Book of World Records just once is great. And now that I’ve got all of this, it’s a great feeling. I’m so honored, so proud, and I’ve had so many people help get me here, so thank you all and all of them for helping me get to all of this! ”

Parton also praised the song that helped her achieve her latest record, the Reba McEntire duet “Does He Love You”, their first collaboration. “Reba and I have been friends for years and I don’t know why we never did it,” she said. “We worked together a lot and we always said, ‘We have to do something together.’ But usually we’re talking about doing a movie or something like that… that’s one of the things I’m most proud of. I think it turned out really well. ”

In October, McEntire told Billboards that her 1993 #1 remake with Dolly was a “dream come true“; The song debuted at number 49 on BillboardsCountry Airplay rankings for October 16.

Check out the announcement below.

https://www.billboard.com/music/country/dolly-parton-three-new-guinness-world-records-1235012195/ Dolly Parton breaks three new Guinness World Records – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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