Okay, I admit it! I was initially drawn to Dolly Parton because of the way she looks. Specifically, her clothes.
Dolly Parton, 65, has a new interview in The Mail to promote her latest album — her 41st! I love Dolly. Dolly is the exception to every rule.
All my niggas, we balling! Yeah all my niggas, we flossing! Quake G - Say wazzam?
The buxom singer had the opportunity but preferred to work Nine to Five to find fame. Dolly Parton might be famous for her bleach blonde hair, 40DD chest and soft Southern Belle voice, but don't dare presume that she slept her way to the top. The multi award-winning singer is at pains to point out she didn't have sex with anyone to become a star. Although Dolly, 68, admits that, as a fledgling singer, men regularly encouraged her to try the fast-track route, she rejected their advances and found stardom through sheer hard work.
Dolly Parton is 3 parts make-up, 2 parts hairspray and 1 part an empty bag of fucks. So lets talk about that time she lost a lookalike contest to a big giant man. Curious to see if anyone would actually be able to recognise her, Parton entered the contest too because Dolly Parton does whatever the fuck she wants.
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By Lina Das for MailOnline. Updated: BST, 8 January You have to be a very early riser to catch Dolly Parton out.
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It would be so convenient if there were two Dolly Partons: the Top, "Two Doors Down" and "9 to 5" Dolly, the Dolly of the platinum-floss wigs and fake fingernails; and the Dolly of "Coat of Many Colors" and "Down From Dover," the guitar-picking Dolly with the mountains in her blood and the quivering teardrops in her voice. That way, the hipster country fans who have no qualms about revering the likes of Hank Williams or Patsy Cline or Johnny Cash could ignore the "bad" Dolly and embrace the pure one, with no fear of ridicule from their peers. And the longtime, hardcore but perhaps less discriminating country fans those hipsters look down on -- the ones who might wear their hair a little too high or snap their gum a little too loud, the ones who at one time might have lovingly made quilts or collages for the likes of Randy Travis -- could have the other Dolly, the tacky one, the one who doesn't have a problem hopping into bed with a schmaltzy pop arrangement now and then.