Dolly Parton, at 77, dazzled in a Cowboys Cheerleader outfit during the Thanksgiving halftime show, supporting the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.
Parton, a country music legend, has 48 Top 10 country albums, recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and released a 30-song rock album.
The halftime performance, a Thanksgiving tradition, aimed to raise awareness for The Salvation Army's services and their Red Kettle Campaign.
Since 1997, the Cowboys and The Salvation Army have raised over $3 billion through the iconic Red Kettle Campaign, benefiting millions in need.
Parton expressed her honor in highlighting The Salvation Army's work, emphasizing the importance of helping neighbors during the holiday season.
The Red Kettle Campaign is the largest and longest-running fundraiser, addressing the increasing needs of families in the United States.
Charlotte Jones, Cowboys' executive vice president, praised Parton's performance, urging viewers to open their hearts and generously contribute to the Red Kettles.
Supporters can donate at various locations, and Commissioner Kenneth Hodder expressed gratitude for the partnership, emphasizing The Salvation Army's commitment to providing love and service during the holidays.