Dolly Parton's Costumes to Be Featured in New Grammy Museum Exhibit

Dolly Parton’s Costumes to Be Featured in New Grammy Museum Exhibit

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Dolly Parton is offering up some of her dazzling costumes for a new exhibit at the Grammy Museum. “Diamond In A Rhinestone World: The Costumes Of Dolly Parton” will open to the public on Feb. 5 and run through March 17 at the Los Angeles museum.

A fashion icon, Dolly will share several of her beloved costumes for the display, which marks the first exhibit the country legend has outside of her Tennessee theme park, Dollywood. On Feb. 4, Dolly will discuss the history behind some of her costumes on display at the museum’s Clive Davis Theater as part of an exclusive Town Hall Program.

“I probably have thousands of dresses from over the years,” Dolly says in a statement. “I had a hard time letting go of some of my favorites, but I’m excited for them to be included in this exhibit. I can’t wait to see them on display at the GRAMMY Museum!”

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Exhibit highlights include costumes from Dolly’s “Home” music video, the pink dress from her 2008 Backwoods Barbie album cover, as well as outfits from her Live In London 2009 and Red Rocks concerts.

“Startin’ Feb. 4th you’ll be able to see some of my favorite outfits from over the years at my new exhibit, Diamond in a Rhinestone World, at the @grammymuseum!” Dolly captions two photos on Instagram. “Bring your sunglasses because the bling is blinding.”

Following her exhibit opening, Dolly will be honored as the 2019 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute on Feb. 8. The special tribute concert will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center two nights before the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards take place.