Dolly Parton Stuns in Outfit During Thanksgiving Day Football Game Halftime Show

Dolly Parton shocked football fans everywhere on Thanksgiving Day when she performed the halftime show of the Dallas Cowboys, Washington Commanders football game.

People were stunned when the 77-year-old music legend took the stage center field wearing a replica Dallas Cowboys cheerleader outfit. Despite her stage malfunctioning during rehearsals, Parton commanded the stage while singing her biggest hits.

People were amazed at how good Dolly looked and sounded during her performance. People in the comments section raved over the legend.

“I hope I look like Dolly when I’m older,” one person commented. “She looks better at 77 than I do at 31 lol,” another quipped.

“I think she looks incredibly amazing, regardless of her age! She’s an icon, period!”

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What did you think of Dolly’s performance?

Dolly Parton Says Her Father and Grandfather Disapproved of Her Fashion Style – But That Never Stopped Her

October 11, 2023 / CelebritiesCultureEntertainmentInspirationLifestyleNews / By Ryan Brennan

Dolly Parton never stops working and never ceases to amaze us. The 77-year-old is preparing to have a legendary end to 2023 with the release of her new book (Behind the Seams: My Life in Rhinestones) on Oct. 17 and the release of her first-ever rock album (Rockstar) on Nov. 17. It’s Dolly Parton season, y’all!

On Monday (Oct. 9), The Guardian published an interview with Parton – who was promoting her new book and album but also talked about her fashion style and how she has always stayed true to who she is. Even when her family didn’t approve of the clothes she wore, she chose to do things her own way.

Her style, according to her, was inspired by the ‘town tramp’ – a local woman who she described as ‘flamboyant’ with ‘bright red lipstick, long red fingernails.’ She would often look for this woman when she took trips into town with her family because she idolized her look, her style, and her overall aurora.

“She had high-heeled shoes, little floating plastic goldfish in the heels of them, short skirts, low-cut tops, and I just thought she was beautiful,” Dolly Parton said of the infamous ‘town tramp.’ “When people would say, ‘She ain’t nothing but trash,’ I would always say, ‘Well, that’s what I’m gonna be when I grow up.’”

Her fashion style and outfit choices became a hot topic of discussion when she was younger – and not for the right reasons. Both her father (a sharecropper) and grandfather (a preacher) disapproved of the way she dressed, but she never let that get in her way of expressing herself – she stayed true to who she was.

“I was willing to pay for it. I’m very sensitive, I didn’t like being disciplined – it hurt my feelings so bad to be scolded or whipped or whatever. But sometimes there’s just that part of you that’s willing, if you want something bad enough, to go for it,” she told The Guardian. She wanted it bad enough, so she went for it.




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