Dolly Parton to host the 2022 Academy of Country Music Awards

Dolly Parton has more exciting news. It was recently announced that she’ll be hosting the 2022 Academy of Country Music Awards. Here’s everything we know about Parton’s appearance and her future plans.

Dolly Parton and the 2022 Academy of Country Music Awards

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The 57and The Academy of Country Music Awards just got a little brighter. Parton will host the ceremony in March. There will also be two co-hosts announced later this month.

“I’m so excited to host the ACM Awards on March 7 from Vegas,” Parton said in a statement. “Watch us because we are going to have fun.”

How to watch the Academy of Country Music Awards 2022

The 2022 Academy of Country Music Awards will stream on Amazon Prime Video on March 7 at 8:00 p.m. EST.

Damon Whiteside, CEO of the Academy of Country Music, said it was an honor to have Parton as host. “We are honored to welcome Dolly Parton back to be the centerpiece of this historic 57th Academy of Country Music Awards show at Allegiant Stadium,” Whiteside said in a statement. “Dolly is the most iconic and versatile entertainer of all time, and we’re proud that she’s a friend and supporter of the Academy, a former host, and a 13-time Academy of Country Music Award recipient. “

Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios, says Parton is an icon and has had a lasting impact not only on the music industry, but on the world as well.

“Dolly Parton’s status as a beloved and inspirational icon is testament to her continued impact as an artist, philanthropist and human being,” Salke said in a statement. “As we bring the Academy of Country Music Awards to our Prime Video customers around the world for the first time, we are thrilled to show the power of Amazon in creating these impactful global entertainment moments with an icon like Dolly. as host, as well as thrilling performances. and collaborations in what is sure to be the most fan-centric event of the year.

What’s next for Dolly Parton

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Parton will release his album Run, Rose, Run March 4. She has already released a song from the album, titled “Big Dreams and Faded Jeans”. Parton’s new book, also titled Run, Rose, Run will be released on March 7. She wrote the book alongside author James Patterson. Additionally, Parton has partnered with Duncan Hines on a line of limited-edition cake mixes and frostings.

“I’ve always enjoyed cooking and, having grown up in the South, I especially love this kind of authentic mom and pop cuisine,” Parton said in a statement. “I’m thrilled to launch my own line of cake mixes and frostings with Duncan Hines, bringing that sweet Southern-style baking experience I enjoy to others.”

One thing you won’t see is Parton as a judge on a competition show. In his book dream moreParton says she prefers to turn down offers to judge competitions because she can’t bring herself to tell one person they’re better than another.

Parton says she’s received “hundreds” of offers to judge songwriting, beauty pageants, TV shows, drag queen shows and even dog shows. However, she does not want to tell someone that “he is not as good as someone else”.

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