Dolly Parton drops new song inspired by a dream she said she had with God

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in “GMA” Pop News.
4:02 | 01/20/23

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- And, Lara, Let's head over to you for pop news. - All right. Get over here. Well, we have a lot to talk about. We want to start by wishing Dolly Parton a happy belated birthday. The Queen of Country turned 77 years young yesterday. And in true Dolly fashion, she's the one giving us the present-- Dolly dropping a new song called "Don't Make Me Have to Come Down There." REPORTER 1: Oh, boy. LARA: Take a listen. [DOLLY PARTON, "DON'T MAKE ME HAVE TO COME DOWN THERE"] Don't make me have to come down there, bridge this great divide and make repairs. Go to your room and pray till you can learn to play fair. Don't make me have to come down there. LARA: Ha. How many times have you heard that in your life? [LAUGHTER] Dolly says that she was inspired to write "Don't Make Me Have to Come Down There" after she had a dream about God standing on a mountain, looking down at all of us, slightly frustrated by what he saw. And that's not the only new music that we can expect from Dolly. After her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame back in November, she was inspired and announced she's going to put out a rock-and-roll style album. And this morning, we know who some of her collaborators will be. The album will feature Stevie Nicks-- REPORTER 1: Wow. REPORTER 2: What? LARA: --Paul McCartney-- REPORTER 1: Wow. LARA: --Sir Paul McCartney, John Fogerty, Pink, Brandi Carlile, Steve Perry, and Steven Tyler. It sounds like everyone said a big yes to Dolly. The record is titled Rock Star, and that she is. It comes out sometime this year. REPORTER 1: Wow. - I mean, you wouldn't say no to Dolly. - Yeah, right. Exactly. - It sounds like no one did. - Hey, congratulations are in order for Chrissy Teigen and John Legend. The couple has welcomed a baby girl to the family, Chrissy posting this photo on Instagram of her children, Luna and Max, holding their little sibling, writing, "She's here! Esti Maxine Stephens-- the house is bustling and our family could not be happier." Daddy sheds nightly tears of joy seeing Luna and Miles so full of love. REPORTER 2: That's awesome. LARA: It's so great, the happy news coming two years after John and Chrissy did suffer that pregnancy loss. Well, baby Esti was born one week ago, and she and mom were doing just fine. Congratulations, guys. REPORTER 2: Yes. - We're very happy for you. REPORTER 2: Absolutely. - TV news this morning-- bittersweet news for Outlander fans. The hit Starz show has finally been renewed for an eighth season. That's the good news. But, yes, it will be their last, the stars of the show taking to Twitter to share their gratitude. Check it out. [MUSIC PLAYING] - Every good story has to come to an end. - They always do. - But we're gonna go out with a bang and tell this story the way it should be. - It's not over yet. That means we get to be with our characters for another whole year. - And we can't wait to bring the last season to you guys. - And we hope that we do you proud, and we are very, very grateful. So thank you. - Ah, love that show. Season 7 of Outlander is set to premiere sometime this year, and our favorite historical romance universe is expanding. So there's that. It's called Outlander, Blood of My Blood. That's the prequel series that's officially getting a green light and will focus on the love story of Jamie Fraser's parents-- no word yet on when that begins production, but it's happening. And then, finally, another A-lister joining TikTok after the Rolling Stones and Mick Jagger did it yesterday. Now Golden Globe and Emmy winner Jennifer Coolidge wants the satisfaction of having an account. Here she is talking about it with help from some Hollywood royalty. - This is my first TikTok, and I was trying to think of something cool to do. Don't be fooled by the rocks that I got. I'm still Jenny, Jenny, Jenny from the block. [LAUGHTER] - I really, really like that. - Dramatic reading-- I love it, Coolidge reciting the lyrics, as you saw, from "Jenny from the Block," writing in the caption, "Trying out TikTok," and she's doing it well-- 2 million views and over 250,000 followers overnight. REPORTER 2: Not bad. - --of course. REPORTER 3: Yeah. - And that's Pop News. - A good first TikTok, too. -Yeah.

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