Walmart Cashier Gets Invited To Grand Ole Opry Thanks To This ‘Coat Of Many Colors’ Cover At Work

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One Walmart cashier was given a life-changing opportunity when her unexpected performance of a Dolly Parton classic landed her viral fame and unbelievable, subsequent opportunities. Kayla Slone, a Walmart cashier, broke into a heavenly performance of the heartwarming song “Coat Of Many Colors,” bearing a striking vocal resemblance to the living legend herself.

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The employee’s friend uploaded the clip to social media, admitting that, although she could not be credited with recording the clip, she “knew it was meant to be seen by people.”

Shoppers were silent as the phenomenal talent angelically sang, “My coat of many colors/ That my momma made for me/ Made only from rags/ But I wore it so proudly
Although we had no money/ I was rich as I could be/ In my coat of many colors/ My momma made for me.” 

Upon her performance going viral, Slone achieved a newfound height of success, as she was later asked to perform at the Grand Ole Opry.

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As if such a nostalgic honor wasn’t enough for this gal, her appearance on Anderson Cooper’s show Anderson Live resulted in the young girl being personally asked to the 2013 ACM Awards by country star Dierks Bentley!

It’s not everyday a hardworking Walmart employee is granted the indescribable opportunity to follow her dreams to country music stardom! You can listen to her impeccable cover below!

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