Transcript for Walmart Cashier Gets Career Encouragement From Loretta Lynn
So many of you wrote us after we told you about the check-out worker at walmart who just wants to make people happy singing country songs. By the way, her husband is a coal miner. But every now and then the universe decides to create a smile and the grand ole opry was watching. So abc's steve osunsami tells us what happened just this weekend. Reporter: There's something incredibly powerful about a dream and for taylor sloan, hers came do life here. I could do this for the rest of my life. Reporter: This is your superpower? Yes. ♪ I'm proud to be a coal miner's daughter ♪ Reporter: We first met her singing her heart out behind a check-out counter in walmart. One of her customers recorded this video. ♪ My coat of many colors that my mama made for me ♪ Reporter: Which spread on the internet and then on this program. While the folks around the opry were watching this news and decided to pluck her star out of the sky, inviting her to sing. We're about putting smiles on people's faces and making dreams come true. The night before she worked at the walmart in west virginia and her husband, a coal miner, had to work too. As she was getting ready, a big surprise. Loretta lin was calling to wish her well. How are you doing? I'm doing better now. I love you, honey. I love you too, loretta. Reporter: And after one short practice. ♪ Reporter: It was show time. This? I got this. Just watch this video. And the moment began with her story. Would you give a great grand ole opry welcome to kayla sloan! ♪ And I'm proud to be a coal miner's daughter ♪ ♪ I remember well the well where I drew water ♪ Reporter: Which brings us back to this glorious moment. Thank you. Reporter: A standing ovation for the coal minner's wife singing the coal miner's daughter. That's what I want to sing. Steve otsunami, abc news, nashville. Way to go, kayla. And we thank you all of you for watching.
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