GRAMMY Museum announces new exhibit featuring Dolly Parton costumes
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Country singer Dolly Parton has donned many impressive costumes over the years, and some of her most iconic looks will be on display soon at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles.

A new exhibit called Diamond In A Rhinestone World: The Costumes Of Dolly Parton will showcase costumes from Parton's personal archive, serving as a retrospective for her career while also highlighting some of her most memorable looks from live performances to album covers. The exhibit will be the first one outside of Parton's Dollywood attraction in Tennessee. It opens on Feb. 4, with Parton sharing the stories behind the costumes, and runs through March 17.

"Bring some sunglasses because the bling is blinding," the singer joked on Twitter.

The display is in conjunction with an impressive accolade for Parton, as she'll be named the 2019 MusiCares Person of the Year on Friday, Feb. 8, two days before the GRAMMY Award ceremony. The award is just the latest--Parton was also recently nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song for "Girl in the Movies," part of new Netlfix comedy "Dumplin'."