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Loretta Lynn's Gowns

Clip: 03/04/2016

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Loretta Lynn's personal designer Tim Cobb makes the gowns she wears at concerts and events. Cobb shows two popular gowns displayed in her museum: the golden one with glass beads that she wore for her 50th anniversary appearance at the Grand Ole Opry in 2010; and the light blue one she wore for the cover of the Van Lear Rose album (2004). This is an outtake from Loretta Lynn: Still a Mountain Girl.

Aired: 03/04/16 | Rating: NR

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