“Texas Hold’ Em” made Beyoncé the first Black woman with a No. 1 country song, and Parton couldn’t be more proud.
“I still remember,” the “Maestro” star said before spilling the tea on the show Jay-Z was even watching at the time.
"Texas Hold 'Em," the 32-time Grammy winner's first foray into country music, is a certified smash — despite vocal pushback from conservatives.
While he was comparing people to animals, it was the "Dukes of Hazzard" star who seemed most territorial.
The superstar put the internet in a chokehold after debuting two country songs, “Texas Hold ’Em” and “16 Carriages,” last Sunday.
Someone pretty special to the singer was walking in a show for the brand Luar.
The pop star appeared in a Verizon commercial before delivering a gift with a country twist to fans.
The "King of Queens" star weighed in on the singer's new sculpture at a Madame Tussauds location in England.