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This Clip From Dolly Parton's New Christmas Special Will Get You in the Holiday Spirit

So joyful!

Dolly Parton’s Christmas special, Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic Christmas, premiered December 1st on NBC, and it's a jolly good time.

The film centers around Parton's mission to spread holiday cheer by producing a live Christmas special at her theme park, Dollywood. After getting visited by the Three Wise Men, Parton sets out to create a holiday special that will help others discover the true meaning of Christmas.

In a clip of  Dolly Parton's Christmas special, Parton sings her 2003 single, "Go to Hell," a track about  redirecting negative emotions. When production gets derailed for the special because of stress and arguments breaking out on set, Parton knows there is only one thing that will fix everything: giving Satan a proper send-off, complete with a full gospel choir.

Watch in the video, above. 

Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic Christmas is a star-studded event, full of many talented musicians and performers. Alongside Parton, the Christmas special features guest stars Willie Nelson, Jimmy Fallon, Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus, Zach Williams, Jimmie Allen, Mary Lane Haskell, Bryan Batt, Brendan Bradley, John Newberg, Rachel Parton George, Cassie Parton Griffith, Rhoda Griffis, Liam Rauhoff, and Steve Summers. When the "9 to 5" singer needs to call in a favor, you can bet many performers will be on board. 

How can I watch Dolly Parton's Christmas special?

If you missed the premiere of Dolly Parton's Mountain Magic Christmas on December 1, no worries: You can still watch the holiday extravaganza if you didn't catch it live. The hour-and-a-half special is currently streaming on both NBC.com and Peacock.

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