Pop stars Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus headed up a tribute to Dolly Parton at the Grammy Awards.
They were joined by the 73-year-old country music legend on-stage to perform a medley of songs from Parton's long-running career.
Cyrus, who is Parton's goddaughter, performed her iconic track Jolene during the ceremony while K-pop band BTS sang along enthusiastically in the audience.
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Best album and best country album winner Kacey Musgraves and singer Maren Morris also appeared on stage during the star-studded tribute which included renditions of hit tracks such as Here You Come Again and 9 to 5.
Pitch Perfect star Anna Kendrick introduced the Dolly Parton tribute by saying: "The great singer, songwriter, actress and enduring superstar we are about honour once said: 'If you don't like the road your walking start paving another one'.
"That's how this remarkable woman has been blazing her own trail year after year, decade after decade, and that's why we will always love her."
The 2019 Grammys ceremony also saw Jennifer Lopez perform a tribute to the Motown record label. The medley saw her duet with Smokey Robinson and the show's host Alicia Keys.
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