"I looked up and it was Dolly Parton", she told the outlet.
When someone survives a unsafe situation, that is enough of a reason to be thankful, but can you imagine being saved by Dolly Parton?!
Host Ryan Tubridy announced on Monday that Dolly Parton would be joined by a star-studded line-up of Irish country stars for an "absolutely gorgeous" show on Friday night at 9:35 pm GMT on RTÉ One in Ireland.
This follows Dolly's latest album which is Christmas-themed called "A Holly Dolly Christmas" and features a number of new songs and covers including, "Cuddle Up, Cozy Down Christmas" with Michael Bublé and "Christmas Is" with her goddaughter Miley Cyrus.
'She's like, "Well, I am an angel, you know; cause she plays an angel in the movie, ' Talia said of the film, which Debbie Allen directed".
She continued: 'I was in shock.
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Cyrus and Parton have always been two of each other's biggest champions and recently collaborated on a track for Parton's holiday album, A Holly Dolly Christmas. "When you think of Dolly Parton, you are just like, 'It is Dolly Parton, ' but when you actually see her you are like, 'Wow, it's Dolly Parton, ' being in her presence lifts you", he said.
"I think it's also very important that they take control of their own business", the icon added, noting that she's long owned her own publishing company. She greeted everyone even if you were a trashcan person.
Hill and two of her siblings Tristan, 16, and Tyson, 13, all appear in the film, as their mother Tonia Hill has decades in entertainment, working at Walt Disney World for 26 years, according to the outlet. Some of the greatest songs come out of the most painful feelings.
RTE has today revealed that Dolly Parton will be talking about the profound influence of her parents on her music, the highs and lows of her illustrious career, and her enduring friendship with Irish country star Margo.
Tristan's first time meeting Parton was under less frightening circumstances but it still made a massive impact on him. "She is so incredible", said Tristan.