title iconChapel Hart's follow-up to 'Jolene' gets Dolly Parton's attention on 'America's Got Talent'

It has been said that two minutes on America's Got Talent can change a life. Chapel Hart experienced exactly that when they were part of a country music trio. On Tuesday, July 19, the band performed a catchy original song that was a sequel to Dolly Parton's "Jolene."

Their performance went viral, and even Dolly Parton watched the clip. Check out what the Queen of Country said about Chapel Hart, along with responses from other country stars. There are two sisters, Danica and Devynn Hart, and their cousin, Trea Swindle, who make up Chapel Hart.

Mississippi is the home state of the trio. They struggled for a while to break out in Nashville before joining America's Got Talent, where they declared their love for country music.

In particular, Chapel Hart was inspired to make a follow-up to "Jolene" after being a longtime fan of Dolly Parton.In Chapel Hart's performance of “You Can Have Him, Jolene,” Parton expressed her desire to no longer fight over the same man with Jolene. These are some of the lyrics:

“Since I heard the last song, I have thought about it a lot. I have shed a lot of tears, and I have consumed a lot of alcohol. I spent so much time believing that midnight had stopped ringing.

But he kept leaving the room and answering./Oh Jolene, you can have him ''cause he doesn’t mean much to me. I brought so much, that I turned two rivers into the ocean. Oh, Jolene, when you think he's in love, let him go. He did it to me./ Oh Jolene, you can have him.

Judge Simon Cowell told Chapel Hart he needed to hear the group that day after their performance. The song's "joy" was praised by Heidi Klum. By pressing the Golden Buzzer, Cowell, Klum, Mandel, Vergara, and Crews sent Chapel Hart directly to the live shows. Over 2.6 million people have viewed their performance on YouTube.

The performance was discovered by Parton via America's Got Talent's Twitter account. As she shared the Chapel Hart video, she described it as a new take on her 1974 hit, "You Can Have Him, Jolene.". She also included a joke.

“His birthday is today, so I think I'll hold onto him, and I'm not informing Jolene,” she tweeted, as seen above. The Queen of Country responded to Hart, feeling completely shocked to hear their song."Can somebody contact the mortician because we just lost a little bit of consciousness," they wrote.

Chapel Hart should no longer have any difficulty breaking into Nashville. Other country legends who attended the band's performance were Loretta Lynn and Darius Rucker. According to Lynn, Chapel Hart should make a sequel to one of her songs.

“I love it, ladies. My mind now wanders to what you might be able to do with one of my songs," she wrote. As for Rucker's response, he simply replied, “Hell yes!” Chapel Hart was so impressed by Rucker's response that he asked them to be on his next album.

“On my next record I'm already featuring them,” Rucker said. The 17th season of America's Got Talent airs on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. The live shows offer more opportunities for Chapel Hart fans to see her.