Queens of country music Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire are two of the most decorated female country artist of all time, winning a combined 10 Grammy Awards, 16 CMA Awards and 19 ACM Awards.It?s only natural that we want to see the Country Music Hall of Fame members collaborate, à la George Strait and Alan Jackson?s 2000 duet, "Murder on Music Row."While Dolly and Reba shared the small screen together in 2005 when Dolly guest starred on Reba?s self-titled sitcom on the WB, their collaborations have been few and far between, which is remarkable considering the longevity of both of their careers.In a sit-down interview with Elaina Smith, co-host of "Nash Nights Live" and host of "Women Want to Talk About Women" podcast, Dolly revealed that she could envision herself singing a duet with Reba."Yes!" said Dolly to Elaina. "Reba and I have often talked about working together or doing a TV show together. We certainly, through the years, should have done something together, [a TV show] or just to do a movie or something, but we certainly should sing something together."
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