“Stephen Colbert wept when Dolly Parton sang a cappella” links

Dolly Parton sang to Stephen Colbert and he wept. The whole thing is worth a watch, but if you just want to see the singing & crying, skip to the 5:20-mark. [Just Jared]
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  1. Anna says:

    I love Dolly Parton so, so much. Her albums were some of my first records in elementary school! Full of love and how she blends that with such talent plus entrepreneurial pizzazz and humor.

  2. Megan2 says:

    I thought maybe it would be a lemon meringue pie, and I was like “who WOULDN’T want that sh*t piled high.
    Then I looked at that grotesque not-pie and couldn’t even. It looks awful, and ridiculous, and very not good. A not-good not-pie. Why can’t people just act right?

  3. lucy2 says:

    Aw. If I were lucky enough to talk to Dolly and she started singing, I’d probably cry too!

  4. Snazzy says:

    Oh gosh that brought tears to my eyes too.
    Also, I love Stephen Colbert, and now more so because he cried

  5. Ann says:

    I remember when he choked up when he asked Helen Mirren to read a poem about death written by Tennyson. She read it on the show. Beautiful and priceless.

  6. Maryanna says:

    I love both of these humans so much!

  7. Jay says:

    It must be such a powerful feeling to move other people with just your voice! One of Dolly’s songs that came out in the spring is one I go back to whenever I need a good cry – “When life is good again” as well as “Wildflowers” and, obviously, “Coat of many colours”.

  8. HK9 says:

    Who doesn’t love Dolly? :-)

  9. Lissdogmom02 says:

    There’s a great Dolly documentary on Netflix called, Here I Am, it’s so good.

  10. Midnight@theOasis says:

    Has anyone seen this parody of Be Our Guest? It’s called Wear a Mask and it’s brilliant.

  11. Nibbi says:

    Dolly has long been a national treasure and beloved by ppl of many stripes.

    She spoke of her support for Black Lives Matter earlier this year and it was a thing of joy for me.

  12. Paulala says:

    I was lucky enough to meet Dolly many years ago. She was doing a promotional tour and the radio station I worked for had a reception for her. She was absolutely the nicest person. Talked to everyone like she’d known us forever. We thought it be a short meet and greet. Nope. She stayed and made sure she talked to everyone.