The viral 'Jolene'-inspired song on AGT gets Dolly Parton's take

The viral 'Jolene'-inspired song on AGT gets Dolly Parton's take

Updated on July 23, 2022 15:50 PM by Anthony Christian

Dolly Parton praised Chapel Hart's audition on "America's Got Talent" after attending on Tuesday, and she has since praised it on her website. It is believed that the three singers from Mississippi are sisters Danica and Devynn Hart, as well as their cousin Trea Swindle, who performed "You Can Have Him Jolene", which is an original song inspired by Dolly Parton's 1973 hit, "Jolene." There is no doubt that Dolly Parton is the favorite country star of the group before their performance.

Danica said, "We were just so moved by the song 'Jolene', as well as the storyline and characters," she said. I guess we figured if we were still fighting over the same man from 1973 to 2022, that it was irresponsible of us to continue fighting." There was no doubt that Chapel Hart gave an energetic performance when she sang "You Can Have Him Jolene," which earned her the coveted group Golden Buzzer that the panel of judges and host Terry Crews rewarded her with on the show. There was a subsequent social media reaction from Dolly Parton shortly after the video had been posted.

The 76-year-old tweeted a picture of the band tagged with his song saying: "What a fun take on my song!". Additionally, she made a funny, tongue-in-cheek comment about the subject matter of the original song, tweeting, "I think I'll hang on to Carl until he turns 15, and I'm not informing Jolene that he's turning 16 today.".

After a stellar audition that earned her the Golden Buzzer, Chapel Hart has now been fast-tracked to the live stage of "America's Got Talent" for performance stage. The reality talent program's live shows are set to begin on August 9, with weekly shows airing on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

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