Controversy Over Banning Miley Cyrus And Dolly Parton's 'Rainbowland' Song
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Controversy Over Banning Miley Cyrus And Dolly Parton’s ‘Rainbowland’ Song

Miley Cyrus And Dolly Parton’s Duet, ‘rainbowland,’ Has Been Banned From A Wisconsin School Board’s Spring Concert Setlist Due To Its “Controversial” Lyrics.

By Amitabh Mukherji
March 28,2023

A school board in Wisconsin has banned the song ‘Rainbowland,’ a duet by Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus, from its spring concert setlist due to its “controversial” lyrics. The decision has left first-graders disappointed as they were looking forward to performing the song.

Teacher’s Criticism


A Wisconsin school teacher criticized the Waukesha County Board’s decision on Twitter, expressing her first-graders’ disappointment at not being able to sing ‘Rainbowland’ for their spring concert. She also called out the board’s decision to ban several rainbow-themed songs from the concert and questioned when it would end.

Social Media Users’ Response

Miley Cyrus And Dolly Parton

Social media users have expressed their disagreement with the board’s decision, stating that the song promotes positivity, happiness, and self-expression. Many argued that the song should be included in the program precisely because of the administration’s actions. The decision to ban the song has sparked a debate online.

The debate over censorship and inclusivity in education has been reignited, with many people questioning the school board’s decision and calling for a more open-minded approach to music and arts education. The controversy has also sparked a discussion on the power of music and how it can influence young minds.

Overall, the ban of Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton’s ‘Rainbowland’ song has brought attention to the importance of allowing children to express themselves through music and arts education while promoting a message of positivity and inclusivity.