Dolly Parton claims she asked Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to collaborate on a "rockstar" project in a "love note."

With her most recent rock album, Rockstar, Dolly Parton collaborated with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr thanks to a cunning strategy.

The superstar told NPR, "So I just said what I was doing and sent them a love note through their managers." 

"And I said, 'I would love to have you sing with me on my rock record, but I didn't want to put you on the spot. You can give me a call at this number if you're interested.  

In the end, the Beatles duo—along with Peter Frampton and Mick Fleetwood—joined forces with Parton for a rendition of the legendary 1970 rock song, "Let It Be."

Does it get any better than performing the song "Let It Be" with its composer, Paul McCartney? Furthermore, he was a pianist," Parton continued. 

"Well, when Ringo Starr joined in on drums, Peter Frampton on guitar, and Mick Fleetwood on percussion, it did grow even better. 

Really, though, how much better can it get? Many thanks, everyone! 

Parton collaborated with many of the original artists on the 21 other songs on Rockstar, which was released on November 17.

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