Dolly Parton Proves She’ll Always Love Beyoncé With Message on Her Milestone

Beyoncé Makes History with "Texas Hold 'Em"

Dolly Parton knows who run the world. 

After all, the "Jolene" singer couldn't help but gush over Beyoncé's latest record-setting accomplishment: On Febคำพูดจาก Nhà Cái Casino Online. 20 the 32-time Grammy winner became the first-ever Black female artist to top Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart for her new country single "Texas Hold ‘Em."

Dolly Parton Proves She’ll Always Love Beyoncé With Message on Her Milestone

"I'm a big fan of Beyoncé and very excited that she's done a country album," Dolly wrote on Instagram Feb. 22. "So congratulations on your Billboard Hot Country number one single."

She added, "Can't wait to hear the full album!"

And Dolly knows a thing or two about topping the Hot Country Songs chart. In fact since 1974, the "9 to 5" singer has secured that top spot a whopping 25 times, with tracks such as "Love Is Like A Butterfly" and "Think About Love." 

Dolly's support comes less than two weeks after Beyoncé announced her upcoming country album, Act II, which is set to release March 29. Along with "Texas Hold ‘Em," she also released her song "16 Carriages," which debuted at No. 9 on the Hot Country charts.

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While her decision to transition genres surprised fans, the Beyhive has been having a real-life boogie since their drops.

"I have a sudden urge to both yee and haw," one fan joked on Instagram, while another wrote, "Need to wear cowboy boots and cowboy hat every day."

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But landing on the country song charts is just the most recent of many accolades for Beyoncé. The "Formation" singer also became the first woman to top both Hot Country Songs and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs ever.

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And it doesn't stop there. In 2021, she became the most decorated singer ever and the female artist with the most wins in history at the Grammy Awards. Then two years later, Beyoncé raised the stakes and yet again set the record for most Grammys ever won by a single artist.

Keep reading to see more Black women who have already made history in 2024.

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