The late Olivia Newton-John has posthumously released a duet with Dolly Parton.
Footage of the two recording the country legend’s hit ‘Jolene’ prior to the ‘Grease’ star’s death has been released to Olivia’s Official YouTube channel.
In the video, Parton introduced herself - as if we didn’t already know - and then expressed her "excitement" about collaborating with Newton-John.
Dolly went on to call Olivia “one of [her] favourites of all time.”
“We’ve always stayed close through the years and I am just so proud to be part of this duets project that she’s doing.”
Dolly added: “We’re singing one of my favourite [songs] that I’ve ever written ‘Jolene’. [Olivia] says it’s one of her favourites, so why not just do a duet on our favourite?”
Oliva said: “I’m excited, I’ve always wanted to sing with Dolly.”
“[Dolly] was always there for me and what she did for me early on in my career in Nashville is something I will never forget,” she said in a press release.
The ‘Jolene’ duet will feature in Olivia’s upcoming posthumous album ‘Just the Two of Us: The Duets Collection’.
The much-loved singer and actress Olivia Newton-John died last August, aged 73.
The new album is due for release in May this year and will feature a mix of new recordings and archive performances with the likes of Mariah Carey, Michael McDonald, John Travolta, Barry Gibb, Vanessa Amorosi, Jon Secada and her daughter Chloe Lattanzi.