Christmas is very important to Dolly, and over the years, she's written songs for the occasion, and starred in numerous Christmas specials and TV movies. Here, we collected some of our favorite Dolly holiday songs.
In this clip from The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982), Dolly and the other working girls sing "Hard Candy Christmas."
From their 1984 special Kenny & Dolly: A Christmas to Remember, Dolly teams up with Kenny Rogers—and a bunch of creepy mannequins—to sing the title song she penned "A Christmas to Remember."
In the 1990 TV special A Down Home Country Christmas, Dolly relays the story of her first (and only?) doll she owned as a child, Little Tiny Tassel Top, which was made out of a corn cob, and was the inspiration for the first song she ever wrote.
In the made-for-TV movie Smoky Mountain Christmas (1986), Dolly plays a country music star who runs into a mountaineer (Lee Majors), seven orphans, and a witch in the backwoods of Tennessee. In this clip, she sings the title song.
In another song from her 1984 special with Kenny Rogers, Dolly sings "White Christmas."
From her vlog, Dolly wishes everyone a Merry Christmas for 2009.