Julianne Hough warmly embraced her mother Marianne at the premiere of her show Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings in Tennessee on Tuesday.
The star-studded red carpet event for the
Wearing her blonde hair in a chic bob, the 31-year-old dance sensation showed off her athletic legs in a frilly white floral skirt.
Having a ball: Julianne Hough warmly embraced her mother Marianne at the premiere of her show Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings in Tennessee on Tuesday
Her turtlenecked outfit featured puffed up shoulders and a ring of frills around her cuffs, as well as around her mid-thigh hem.
Accentuating her screen siren features with makeup, she accessorized with a white clutch and played up her slender waistline with a sash.
Julianne posed with a hand at her waist whilst balancing on a pair of silver stilettos during the red carpet portion of the event.
She is starring on the show as Jolene, the subject of Dolly’s iconic 1973 song of a woman singing to the title character, whom she is frightened will steal her man.
Place to be: The star-studded red carpet event for the Netflix anthology took at the Showstreet Theater at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge
Dolly shared with
‘Years back when I used to think of Jolene, you know, before Julianne came on, I used to think…I’d love – Miley would have been great at that as well,’ Dolly dished.
The buxom blonde shared: ‘But Miley was doing other things. It wasn’t that kind of a thing, but she would have been great in that as well.’
Each episode of Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings is a stand-alone story named after one of her songs, and Jolene is the episode that kicks off the show.
When you got it: Wearing her blonde hair in a chic bob, the 31-year-old dance sensation showed off her athletic legs in a frilly white floral skirt
The others are These Old Bones, If I Had Wings, JJ Sneed, Two Doors Down, Down From Dover, Sugar Hill and Cracker Jack.
Cast members on the show include Kathleen Turner, Melissa Leo, Ginnifer Goodwin, Holly Taylor and Colin O’Donoghue.
Dolly famously wrote Jolene on the same day as her legendary ballad I Will Always Love You, which became a record-breaking hit in the hands of Whitney Houston.
The series will drop on November 22 on Netflix, which is also the home of the 2018 Jennifer Aniston movie Dumplin’ prominently featuring Dolly’s music.