Dolly Parton performs halftime as Dallas Cowboys cheerleader.

Dallas — Legendary country music performer Dolly Parton stole the spotlight with her halftime performance at the Thanksgiving Day NFL game between the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Commanders. 

During the Salvation Army's 27th annual Red Kettle Kickoff Halftime Show, Parton, 77, sang some of her biggest hits, including "Jolene" and "9 to 5," according to CNN. Wearing a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader attire, Parton gave a performance." 

Hi, Texas! Dallas is done by Dolly. What do you think of my attire? According to Billboard, Parton made an announcement to the audience during the halftime concert. 

"Hey, Commanders and Cowboys, put down your swords long enough to join in on the song!" According to Billboard, Parton also sang a cover of Queen's "We Are the Champions" and "We Will Rock You.

She certainly looks wonderful. She is amazing. Does anyone not enjoy Dolly Parton? Tony Romo, a former quarterback for the Cowboys, stated, per CNN.

Broadcaster Jim Nantz retorted, "She is unquestionably an American treasure. 

According to Deadline, Parton has launched her rock double album, "Rockstar."  

According to Billboard, it has 30 tracks with appearances by Sting, Steven Tyler, Debbie Harry, Rob Halford, Elton John, and Miley Cyrus.

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