Dolly Parton Joins ‘Call Me Kat’ For Leslie Jordan Tribute


He will always love her.

Dolly Parton joined the cast of the Fox sitcom Call Me Kat in a segment taped Thursday to pay tribute to the late Leslie Jordan during the show’s season premiere. Entertainment Weekly reports.

“Usually at the memorial service, people talk about someone Well, I’ll talk for You, because it’s on the other side, and I’ll definitely see you there, brother,” said the 76-year-old.

“You left so many people here with precious, precious memories. Everyone loved you, but I doubt many of them loved you more than I did.

Parton then sang “Where the Soul Never Dies” with Jordan, recorded for her 2021 album Company’s Comin’.

“You left so many people here with precious, precious memories. Everyone loved you, but I doubt many of them loved you more than me, – Parton told her late friend.
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Jordan died on October 24, 2022, at the age of 67, after undergoing emergency medical treatment after crashing his BMW into a building.

“I just want you to know that we all love you, we all miss you, and you laugh so hard that we’re all sad and sad,” Parton continued.

“And I know that’s the last thing we want to happen. You’ve made us happy while you’re here, and we’re glad you’re at peace. I want you to know that I’ll always love you. Goodbye, my dear Leslie. See you there.”

Leslie Jordan
Jordan died on October 24, 2022, at the age of 67, after undergoing emergency medical treatment after crashing his BMW into a building.
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The participants of the TV show also paid their respects to Jordan.

“What we’ve done here is Phil’s happy ending. “We are truly mourning the loss of our dear friend Leslie Jordan,” star Mayim Bialik told the audience. “He is irreplaceable. We will miss him very much. Love, light, Leslie.”

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