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Hey Eva: Dolly Doesn't Wear Sweatpants at Home Either!

Hey Eva: Dolly Doesn't Wear Sweatpants at Home Either!

Originally posted 03/20/2015 07:15PM

The country crooner weighs in on the great sweats debate


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Material Miley? See Cyrus Channel Madonna

See Miley Cyrus as Dolly Parton and Madonna

Originally posted 02/24/2015 01:30PM

She's not just being Miley.

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5 Things to Know About Rising Music Star Elle King

Elle King: 5 Things About Music's Rising Star

Originally posted 02/12/2015 08:15AM

With a wail reminiscent of Janis Joplin, some bad tattoos (her words, not ours) and ample experience in both the brokenhearted and heartbreaking departments, Elle King roared onto the music scene three years ago.

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Dolly Parton: 'Y'all Quit Being So Judge-y!'

Dolly Parton: 'Y'all Quit Being So Judge-y!'

Originally posted 01/16/2015 03:05PM

"I know I look totally artificial, but I'd like to think I'm real where it really counts," says the always quotable Dolly Parton in a new article she penned for the February issue of Woman's Day.

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Sorry, Dolly! Beyoncé Is Now Grammy's Most Nominated Woman

Beyoncé Beats Dolly Parton's Grammy Nominations Record

Originally posted 12/05/2014 08:10PM

Beyoncé is now the reigning queen of Grammy nominations!

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Kenny Rogers: Why I Never Slept with Dolly Parton

Kenny Rogers: Why I Never Slept with Dolly Parton

Originally posted 09/22/2014 06:55PM

There have been rumors of a Kenny Rogers/Dolly Parton affair for decades, but Rogers says their relationship never went beyond flirtation. Albeit "massive" flirtation.

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Dolly Parton Is Proud of Being 'White Trash'

Dolly Parton Is Proud of Being 'White Trash'

Originally posted 09/11/2014 11:00AM

Legendary country singer and actress Dolly Parton is making no apologies for her "redneck" background.

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A Happy Ending for Dolly Parton's Namesake Stray

Dolly Parton's Namesake Stray Returned to Owners

Originally posted 07/10/2014 07:00PM

Looks like there's a fairy tail ending after all for Dolly Parton's furry namesake, who was found alone in a tent at the Glastonbury Music Festival.

The pooch, nicknamed "Doggie Parton," is back in a fur-ever home – just not with Parton.

"In the last five minutes, we got a call from the main people with the government, and they told us that the true owners did come forward," Parton, 68, said in a virtual press conference on Thursday. "They had reported the dog missing. There was a language barrier; I think they were from another country. They got the dog back, and everyone feels good about it."

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Dolly Parton Offers to Adopt Abandoned Dog Named 'Dolly'

UpdatePosted 07/08/2014 10:40AM

Dolly Parton Promises to Adopt Namesake Dog Abandoned at Glastonbury Music Festival

Originally posted 07/07/2014 01:30PM

Dolly Parton was feeling "saxy" at Glastonbury, and now a dog rescued at the music festival has captured her heart.

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UpdatePosted 07/01/2014 03:45PM

VIDEO: Dolly Parton's 'Yakety Sax' Performance Will Make Your Day

Originally posted 07/01/2014 03:15PM

OK, you should probably just get ready to call it a day. Go ahead and pull your car keys out of your pocket and move your cursor toward the 'shut down' prompt on your computer screen, because this video is going to be the high point of today, if not your life: After you've watched Dolly Parton play "Yakety Sax" on a tiny rhinestone-encrusted saxophone, there's literally nothing left for you to accomplish.

"I was feeling rather saxy today," the 68-year-old singer told the massive crowd at the Glastonbury Music Festival on Sunday. "I wanted to do something to impress you."

The oversized audience – an estimated 100,000 people – erupted in cheers before she even played the first note of the familiar theme to The Benny Hill Show. (And, if you ever watched Benny Hill, you know it's not hard to imagine the late comic chasing Dolly around a park bench or an elaborately sculpted hedge while that frenzied instrumental plays in the background.)

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