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Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton Make Reluctant Duet in 'Joyful Noise' First Trailer

September 24, 2011 (4:30 am) GMT
Latifah's Vi Rose Hill and Parton's G.G. Sparrow are two stubborn women who are forced to work together to save a Gospel Choir in a small town.

Two A-list songstresses, and , are joining forces to create a winning Gospel Choir in the first trailer for musical comedy "". Making its way out via Apple, the video presents the soul diva and the country singer playing Vi Rose Hill and G.G. Sparrow who are feuding with each other before they are forced to team up for a music project.

Aside from highlighting Latifah and Parton's on-screen feud, the video also sees the romantic relationship between and Jeremy Jordan. In the movie, Palmer and Jordan play Hill's daughter and Sparrow's grandson who helps the gospel choir.

"Joyful Noise" tells the story of an unlikely partnership between two strong-minded women when they are forced to work together to save a small town Gospel Choir after budget cuts threaten to shut them down. The movie is set to open in U.S. theaters on January 13, 2012.

The film also stars Teairra Monroe, Dexter Darden, , Jesse L. Martin, and Judd Lormand. It is directed by Todd Graff who also serves as the screenwriter.

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