Wow, Dolly Parton has achieved three new Guinness World Records! ‘I am grateful for the opportunity to learn and grow.’

Is There Anything We Can All Agree On? was the heading of a Dolly Parton-related piece published by The New York Times a few years ago. Dolly Parton, indeed.

Fans all throughout the world adore Parton. She has won the hearts of millions of people from all generations and ethnic backgrounds thanks to her talent, charisma, and genuine nature.

Not just fans of country music, but of other genres as well, connect to Parton’s music. Her distinctive voice, moving lyrics, and memorable melodies have created a number of timeless hits.

Worldwide fans like and consider songs like ‘Jolene,’ ‘I Will Always Love You,’ and ‘Coat of Many Colors’ to be classics.

This time, she added three more Guinness World Records to the long list of her accomplishments, making all of her followers happy, according to TODAY.

With the release of her 65th studio album, Parton just broke the record for the most studio albums by a female country singer.

She currently holds the record with 48 top 10 appearances for a female artist on the U.S. top country albums chart.

‘Diamonds & Rhinestones: The Greatest Hits Collection,’ her most recent album, debuted at number one on the Billboard charts in 2022.

The global record for the longest interval between a female artist’s number-one successes on the top country albums chart was set by Parton. “New Harvest…

First Gathering,’ her first of eight albums, was released in May 1977, and her most recent album, ‘A Holly Dolly Christmas,’

was released on October 17, 2020. You’ll be shocked to learn that there were 43 years and 156 days in between them.

At a ceremony in Nashville, Tennessee, the new record titles were presented to Patron. On their official Twitter account,

the Guinness World Records company posted images of Parton accepting the honor. Every time I am awarded a new Guinness World Records title, I feel humbled.

I am grateful to my fans, who have supported me throughout my lengthy career, for these three new distinctions, Parton added.

The music legend holds seven more Guinness World Records in addition to being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999.

Most decades on the US Hot Country Songs chart for a female artist, most No. 1 hits by a female artist, most decades with a Top 20 hit on the US Hot Country Songs chart,

most hits by a female artist, the longest run of number one hits on the US Hot Country Songs chart,

the first country singer to receive an EGOT nomination, and the most Grammy nominations for a female country artist are among these.

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