She really is a bum! Dolly Parton admits she stole her local’s signature neighborhood look – News Block

Dolly Parton stole her signature look from her “town bum.”

Dolly Parton stole her signature 'town bum' look

Dolly Parton stole her signature ‘town bum’ look

The Jolene country icon, 77, who grew up in Sevier County, Tennessee, and once said she had spent $1 million on breast augmentations, said looking tacky was “a girl’s idea of ​​glamour.” field”.

She is quoted in the Daily Star as saying: “I based my look on the bum in town, the trash in our county.

“She had long beautiful red nails, bright red lipstick, peroxide yellow hair, high heels, short skirts. I thought that she was absolutely beautiful.

“I thought, ‘That’s what I’m going to be when I grow up: trash.'”

Dolly has constantly made jokes about her appearance, including, “It costs a lot of money to look so cheap.”

Despite her joviality, Dolly recently hinted that age was getting to her when she admitted that touring has always seemed “burdensome”.

He also told reporters that he no longer hits the road for long periods because he doesn’t like being “away from home.”

Dolly, who has been married to her husband Carter Dean, 80, since 1966, said at a press event to promote her new album ‘Rockstar’ and the upcoming memoir ‘Behind the Seams: My Life in Rhinestones’: “Always It’s been exhausting, the reason I don’t tour now is because I don’t want to be so far from home, we’re getting older and I have a lot of business that I do and the movies that I do.

“So we are close to home and I really prepare myself, like coming for this, we had a band and before I had to cancel once: my husband was sick at the time, but now he is fine, but one plans and I do not plan to tour. at the moment”.

Dolly also stated that “good doctors, good lighting and good makeup” help her stay young as she heads into her 80th birthday.

His last tour was the 2016 ‘Pure and Simple’ shows, which toured over 60 cities across the US and Canada.

Dolly has said she is “very excited” to drop her long-promised rock album.

She vowed to make a rock record after she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year.

In a pre-release statement on November 17, she said: “I’m so excited to finally present my first Rock and Roll album, ‘Rockstar.’

“I feel so honored and privileged to have worked with some of the greatest iconic singers and musicians of all time and being able to sing all of the iconic songs throughout the album was a joy beyond measure.

“I hope everyone enjoys the album as much as I enjoyed putting it together!”

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