- Publish Date
- Monday, 3 August 2020, 3:42PM
Christmas fans; if you're in need of some exciting news, country music superstar Dolly Parton is your lady.
The '9 To 5' hitmaker has just revealed she has recorded a duet with the king of Christmas, Michael Bublé, for her highly-anticipated Christmas album, A Holly Dolly Christmas.
Speaking to Nashville's WSM radio station, the 74-year-old singer confirmed the album - which has been delayed since 2017 - will be released later this year.
The country music queen said: "I have just finished a Christmas album called A Holly Dolly Christmas, and it's coming out in the fall.
"I'm doing a duet with Michael Bublé, a duet with Billy Ray Cyrus, a duet with Jimmy Fallon, a duet with Miley [Cyrus], a duet with my brother Randy, and my niece Heidi is singing on that with us also.
"Then I'm doing several Christmas classics like 'I Saw Mama Kissing Santa Claus' and 'Circle of Love' from my Christmas of Many Colours movie."
A Holly Dolly Christmas will be Parton's first holiday album since her 1990 album Home for Christmas.
Dolly's Christmas album had originally been planned for release in 2017, however, this was pushed back for the release of I Believe In You as an Imagination Library fundraiser.
It was again delayed in 2018 for the release of the Dolly's Dumplin' film and soundtrack.
We cannot wait to hear the album!