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Dolly Parton sends warm wishes to Beyoncé for 'Texas Hold 'Em' victory

Beyoncé became the first Black woman to top the country charts with her single 'Texas Hold 'Em'

Javeria Ahmed

Dolly Parton sends warm wishes to Beyoncé for 'Texas Hold 'Em' victory

Beyoncé became the first Black woman to top the country charts with her single 'Texas Hold 'Em'

Dolly Parton sends warm wishes to Beyoncé for Texas Hold Em victory
Dolly Parton sends warm wishes to Beyoncé for 'Texas Hold 'Em' victory

Dolly Parton has extended her heartfelt congratulations to Queen Beyoncé for her latest hit topping chart, Texas Hold 'Em.

Taking to her Instagram on Thursday, the I Will Always Love You star shared her affection and praise as being a ‘big fan’ of the Halo crooner.

She noted the caption on a black background, “I'm a big fan of Beyoncé and very excited that she's done a country album. So congratulations on your Billboard Hot Country number one single.”

Dolly Parton sends warm wishes to Beyoncé for Texas Hold Em victory

While showing her anticipation for Queen Bey’s most awaited new album, which is set to release on 29 March 2024, Parton, 73 added, “Can't wait to hear the full album!”

Her words of support and praise came shortly after, a local country music radio station's refusal to play Beyoncé's song.

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However, the CUFF IT singer garnered the achievement of becoming the first Black woman to top the country charts with her single Texas Hold 'Em.

For the unversed, Beyoncé surprised her fans by releasing two singles on February 1, Texas Hold 'Em garnered the position of number two on the all-genre Hot 100, on the release day, meanwhile, her second single, 16 Carriages, debuted at number nine.

Parton also recently ventured into another genre with the release of a new rock and roll album and it marked her first departure from country music.

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