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Dolly Parton, Sissy Spacek and other fans give next to Loretta Lynn

Loretta Lynn (née Webb; April 14, 1932 – October 4, 2022) was an American singer-songwriter. In a career which spanned six decades in country music, Lynn released multiple gold albums. She had hits such as "You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)", "Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)", "One's on the Way", "Fist City", and "Coal Miner's Daughter". In 1980, the film Coal Miner's Daughter was made based on her life.

Banaspati -- Love for Loretta Lynn flooded Tuesday after news broke of her death at the age of 90. 

Lynn was lamented on social media by friends and fans who adored the country music pioneer whose story was told in the 1980 film Coal Miner's Daughter. 

Actress Sissy Spacek, who won an Oscar for playing Lynn in the film, said she was "heartbroken" by the country star's death. " 

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Today is a sad day. The world has lost an extraordinary person. Loretta Lynn is a brilliant artist, a strong and tough country music pioneer, and a great friend. I'm broken heart. My deepest condolences to his amazing family, friends and loyal fans," Spacek said in a statement to the media. 

Dolly Parton, close to Lynn, released a statement on social media that began: "Sad to hear from my sister my friend Loretta." 

"We were like brothers through the years in Nashville and he was an amazing person, an incredible talent, he had millions of fans and I was one of them," Parton wrote. "I will miss him as much as the rest of us. May he rest in peace." 

Singer Martina McBride posted a throwback photo of herself and Lynn on her verified Instagram account. 

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"It's really hard to feel like I have the right words. I heard Loretta say, 'Take your time baby,'" McBride wrote in the caption. "We all love him so much. There will never be anyone else like him. I'm so grateful to have known him, spent time with him, laughed with him... I'm always a little surprised when he calls me his friend." 

Legendary songwriter Carole King tweeted a photo of Lynn smiling at the piano and wrote: “She is an inspiration. Loretta Lynn's DEATH." Country singer Kacey Musgraves kept it short, only tweeting a sad “Loretta” emoji.

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