Dolly Parton is one of the most iconic singers of all time. The famous entertainer has been around for years and her career has spanned decades. She is the epitome of what it means to succeed in the entertainment industry.
Over the weekend, Dolly performed in the Grammy awards show. While most cheered Dolly's performance, many were offended by Katy Perry's actions while on stage with Parton.
"Perry, decked out in red and gold cowgirl attire, and country singer Kacey Musgraves began the tribute with a rendition of Parton's 1977 "Here You Come Again," when Parton walked on stage to join them," wrote Fox News.
The three women sang a song together and it was all going wonderfully. However, Perry sang a few notes that some people thought sounded "pitchy" and as if Katy was trying to outshine the other women. Many Parton fans were offended by the actions.
"The three singers traded lines from the song, but Perry belted out a few notes that seemed just outside her range and came off 'pitchy,' as was described by some. Social media users weighed in, criticizing Perry for ruining the performance.
The singers were all performing to honor Dolly for her achievements in the industry. It was the first time a country artist was celebrated in the 29-year history of the show.
"Others questioned why Perry, a pop singer, was selected to accompany country musicians for a tribute to Parton. After the first song, the tribute carried on relatively unscathed with a medley of Parton's other songs performed by Miley Cyrus, Maren Morris, and Little Big Town," according to Fox.
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