Chloe x Halle, Dua Lipa and Bernie Sanders are also among the many famous faces who will participate in the star-studded event.
Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton are among many celebs who will be a part of honoring the most impactful, inspiring and influential women in the music industry. Billboard announced on Tuesday that the superstar singers will be taking part in the upcoming 15th Annual Women in Music event.
Cyrus is set to present Parton, her godmother, with the coveted Hitmaker Award, and Parton will deliver a live performance of her hit 1980 tune, "9 to 5."
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders has also joined the event, and will present musician Dua Lipa -- an outspoken supporter of the popular politician -- with the Powerhouse Award, which "recognizes an act whose music dominated streaming, sales, radio, and the conversation this year," according to Billboard.
Chloe x Halle will also be honored with the Rising Star Award, and are set to perform “Baby Girl” off their debut studio album, Ungodly Hour.
Comedian Lilly Singh, the host of NBC's A Little Late, will also be on hand to present singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez with the American Express Impact Award.
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