KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A $5,000 reward is being offered for country singer Racheal “RaeLynn” Woodward’s lost dog, “Dolly,” after it got spooked by fireworks early New Year’s Day, according to a Twitter post.

Chrisley Knows Best star Todd Chrisley posted a message on Instagram that he was personally offering a $5,000 reward for the return of “Dolly.”

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“My sweet @raelynnofficial has lost her precious Dolly in the Gatlinburg /Pigeon forge area last night and she is devastated , if anyone can return Dolly to @raelynnofficial I will personally reward you with a 5000 dollar payment , if anyone has seen Dolly please let’s help bring her home,” Chrisley said.

Woodward, 23, was performing a concert Sunday at The Island, a 23-acre entertainment complex about 3 miles from Dollywood, when her dog, Dolly, bolted. Woodward got exposure in the second season of The Voice in 2012 and was signed by Republic Nashville later that year; her debut country single followed in July 2014.

According to Woodward, the dog was last seen running south from her tour bus toward Gatlinburg, Tenn. The dog was apparently scared and disoriented from fireworks being shot off during New Year’s morning celebrations.

The singer asked for Sevier County, Tenn., residents to keep an eye out for Dolly. 

“I can’t imagine not finding her,” the star said on Instagram. 

Follow Brittany Crocker on Twitter: @BrittCrocker

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