Dolly Parton Leslie Jordan Tribute: She will adore him forever.
To honor the late Leslie Jordan at the season debut of the Fox sitcom “Call me Kat,” Dolly Parton joined the ensemble for a recorded episode on Thursday, according to Entertainment Weekly.
“People usually talk about someone during a memorial. The 76-year-old continued, “Well, I’m going to talk to you because there is that place on the other side, and I’m going to see you there, little brother.
“You left a lot of people here with a lot of precious, precious memories. Everybody loved you, but I doubt many of them loved you more than I did.”
When Jordan’s 2021 album “Company’s Comin'” was out, Parton and Jordan co-wrote the song “Where the Soul Never Dies.”
Jordan passed away on October 24, 2022, at 67, following a medical emergency and a BMW collision with a structure.
“I just want you to know that we all love you, we all miss you, and I bet you’re having a big laugh over all of us being sad and sorrowful,” Parton continued.
And I know that’s the last place you want us to be. We are glad you are at rest because you brought us joy while here. Just know that I love you and always will. My lovely Leslie, goodbye. I’ll see you there.
The TV show’s stars also honored Jordan in their unique ways.
“What we’ve achieved here is a nice ending for Phil. In reality, we’re grieving the passing of our good friend Leslie Jordan, remarked actress Mayim Bialik to the crowd. “He cannot be replaced. He will be sorely missed. Leslie, I love you, light.
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