Dolly Parton and Kelly Clarkson have released a remake of Parton's song "9 to 5."

The modified duet of the song, which appeared on the 1980 film's soundtrack, was initially previewed in March

The documentary, which stars Parton, Jane Fonda, and Lily Tomlin, will be released later this month

Yesterday, Clarkson acknowledged the song's existence and impending release in an interview with Variety

The performer delivers raw vocals to a more downbeat version of '9 to 5', helming much of the original lyrics aside from Parton ad libs

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Parton claimed she was "blown away" by "how differently a song can be done."

The duet was first announced in February, amid a wave of renewed interest in the song and its namesake film

Last year, Parton similarly recreated the song for an advertisement during the 2021 Super Bowl, which was directed by Damien Chazelle of La La Land

Parton released 'Run, Rose, Run', an album to accompany her debut novel and forthcoming film of the same name

Clarkson's participation in '9 to 5' comes before her next album. The singer's 10th studio album will follow June's all-covers EP, Kellyoke. Clarkson covered Billie Eilish's "Happier Than Ever" and Radiohead's "Fake Plastic Trees"

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