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Dolly Parton says '9 to 5' sequel in the works
The country music icon and actress said the discussion around harassment and equal pay made the sequel relevant.
Dolly Parton says original '9 to 5' cast are all in for sequel
The country music icon said a sequel made sense now, in light of equal-pay and harassment issues in the news.
Dolly Parton says original ‘9 to 5’ cast are all in for reboot
Dolly Parton has some great news for fans of the 1980 comedy "9 to 5." According to Parton, she and movie co-stars Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda have decided they "are going to do another one." The iconic country singer told ABC News' "Nightline" that a reboot of the film made sense now more than ever
'9 to 5' reboot could include original 3 female stars
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'GMA' Hot List: Dick's Sporting Goods to no longer sell assault-style rifles
Plus, Dolly Parton reacts to Adele dressing up as her, saying, "I thought it was me for a minute," and Barbara Streisand reportedly loved her dog so much that she cloned it.
Dolly Parton performs 'Coat of Many Colors' live on 'GMA'
The country music superstar gives a special performance of the song live from Times Square.
Dolly Parton says she founded her Imagination Library charity to honor her dad
The country music star, who is giving free books to children to promote a lifelong love of reading, said was inspired by her father who couldn't read or write.
Dolly Parton celebrates 100M milestone for book-giving nonprofit
For more than 20 years, the Imagination Library has sent books monthly to children.
Dolly Parton's literacy program donates its 100 millionth book to Library of Congress
Dolly Parton made a special appearance Tuesday in Washington D.C ., not only to celebrate a huge milestone for her book-giving literacy program, but also to launch a new venture with the nation's largest library. Alongside Carla Hayden, who heads the Library of Congress, the iconic country singer