Dolly Parton’s reaction to Miley Cyrus’ daughter ‘Flowers’

The godmother is proud! Dolly Parton flowed to her daughter Miley CyrusTalent – and her new single “Flowers”.

“I love this song. Miley is so amazing. I mean, I’m so proud of her as a singer-songwriter,” Parton, 76, EXCLUSIVELY said. us weekly on Tuesday, January 17, while promoting her new line of Duncan Hines baked goods.

The “Islands in the Stream” singer continued, “I don’t know who wrote it, but I have a feeling she had a lot to do with it. It was her story if not her actual writing.”

Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton Vijat Mohindra/NBC

Cyrus, 30, is credited as a songwriter on the track With Gregory Aldehin And Michael Pollack. “Flowers” was released on Friday, January 13, which was also Hanna Montana alum’s ex-husband Liam Hemsworthhis 33rd birthday. Some fans have speculated that the lyrics—which include the lines “I can buy my own flowers” and “I can hold my hand”—are a commentary on Cyrus’ romance with hunger Games the actor.

“I love that this song is a message that carries / carries on beyond Liam by reminding yourself of your worth,” a social media user wrote in the comment section of the music video.

One clip of the song mentions a couple who “built a house and watched it burn,” apparently referring to Cyrus and Hemsworth’s Malibu mansion, which burned down in a wildfire in November 2018 a month before they exchanged vows. The exes finalized their divorce in January 2020.

For her part, Barton said that she and Plastic hearts Musicians are always there for each other — no matter what’s going on in their personal lives.

“We always kind of share everything we’re feeling. Miley doesn’t need any help from me and I do everything just fine on my own. But we love sharing what we’re going through and what’s going on in our lives and what our plans are and that kind of thing. We talk like a daughter And godmother,” the country music icon shared.

She and Cyrus took the stage together to host Miley’s New Year’s Eve partyin 2023 with the songs “Jolene”, “I Love Rock n’ Roll”, and “Wrecking Ball”.

“I learned if you’re going to sing with Miley, you’re going to sing your ass off,” 9-5 The actress said about the engagement party.

With her 77th birthday approaching — which Barton says is an age she considers “God’s number” — the Tennessee native has no plans to slow down.

“I don’t think I could retire if I wanted to. Because I dreamed myself in the corner as I say. Because all these wonderful things keep happening and you have to keep the dream alive,” she explains. “Since I love to work, I always say I’ll just work. That’s the old saying ‘I’ll make hay while the sun comes up.’ So, I’ll do it until I can’t do it anymore.”

In addition to consistency in her career, the “I Will Always Love You” songwriter has also enjoyed a stable relationship with her husband. Carl Thomas Deanwhom she married in 1966.

“Since we don’t do the same things, we have a lot to talk about,” Barton said. we Dean, 80, retired businessman. “Because I want to know what’s going on in his world. He enjoys hearing what’s going on in me as long as he doesn’t have to be a part of it and is instantly put off with doing any of that. But we get along great. We’ve had a good life. We really are.” compatible as people.”

Just like their decades-old love story, the country music hall family’s family also feels their partnership with Duncan Hines is a natural fit. The new Buttermilk Biscuit Mix and Sweet Cornbread & Muffin Mix both pay homage to Parton’s Southern roots.

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“We’re so excited for the new stuff. We’ve got buttermilk biscuits, sweet cornbread, awesome fudge brownie mix, and Caramel Turtle brownie mix. And of course, all those great recipes on the back of the boxes can show you how to make Cheddar Chives,” steel magnolia said the actress. “We have a variety of great things and we’re very proud of all of them. Very proud to be a part of Duncan Hines and all that they stand for and all that they do so well.”

Barton added: “It is such an honor to be a part of [Duncan Hines] And to make them want my input on how to make some of the recipes that are representative of the South. “

With reporting by Mandy Descamps

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