Grammy Week culminates with the 61st Annual Grammy Awards® at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10.
Parton was honored as the MusiCares Person of the Year in a special ceremony held earlier this week, where numerous musicians who appeared in Sunday's performance also paid tribute to the country queen.
Musgraves and Perry began the tribute with Parton's "Here You Come Again", with the duo sporting teased hair and bright red outfits. The two shared a tender embrace that was one of the most touching moments of the tribute with its clear evidence of their affection for each other. Parton then joined the women to finish the song before Cyrus arrived on stage in a glittering yellow suit to to duet with Parton on "Jolene".
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For the finale, all of the performers came back to sing their hearts out to Parton's classic hit, "9 to 5".
The Grammys love their Hollywood tie-ins, but as "A Star is Born" co-star Lady Gaga accepted her best pop duo/group vocal performance for "Shallow", she used the opportunity to make a tear-filled plea.
Cardi B tipped her hat to legendary French entertainer and activist Josephine Baker with a randy performance straight out of 1920s nightclub, whether writhing atop a grand piano or strutting in peacock feathers.
Parton and Perry previously performed together during the 2016 Academy of Country Music Awards, and Perry and Musgraves collaborated for an episode of CMT Crossroads in 2014.