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Celebrities React to Her New Album

In the hours since Beyoncé released her new album Cowboy Carter on Friday (March 29), the sprawling, genre-bending project has caught the attention of many people — including a number of other celebrities.

This also includes the top collaborators featured on the LP, who can now hear all 27 tracks for the first time. For example, Dolly Parton — who provided Cowboy Carter with a hilarious spoken interlude titled “Dolly P” — shared her reaction to Bey's reimagining of her 1973 classic “Jolene.” “Wow,” the country legend wrote on Instagram. “Beyoncé is giving this girl trouble and she deserves it!”

Dionne Warwick and Hailey Bieber also loved Bey's new “Jolene.” The 83-year-old singer tweeted a screenshot of the track on Friday, simply writing, “Wonderful,” while the 27-year-old model posted it to Instagram Stories and added, “Phew.”

Featuring the Billboard Hot 100's most successful album, “Texas Hold 'Em,” and lead single “16 Carriages,” “Cowboy Carter” follows Bey's critically acclaimed 2022 album, “Renaissance.” the star devotes herself to and experiments with country music, it also features guest appearances from Willie Nelson, Miley Cyrus, Post Malone, Shaboozey, Willie Jones and more.

This year's Grammy winner for Best New Artist, Victoria Monét, wrote of the record on X: “How are we supposed to rest after this?”

“Thank you Beyoncé for living for your art…in true Virgo fashion,” Keke Palmer tweeted. “The dedication! Remarkable.”

See how other stars react to Cowboy Carter below.

How can we be expected to rest after this?

— Victoria Monét (@VictoriaMonet) March 29, 2024

Sweet darling, honestly FFS!!! 🥵

— Victoria Monét (@VictoriaMonet) March 29, 2024

Thank you, Beyoncé, for living for your art…in true Virgo fashion. The dedication! Remarkable. 🫶🏾

— Keke Palmer (@KekePalmer) March 29, 2024

Beyoncé can't be fooled.

— GloRilla 🦍 (@GloTheofficial) March 29, 2024

Beyoncé: Thank you for reminding us to never feel limited by others' perspectives on our lane. They redefined a genre and reclaimed country music's black roots.

Your music continues to inspire us all.

— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) March 29, 2024

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