She’s the definition of showbiz longevity and Dolly Parton opens up about her life and her belief that there is good in everyone.
On her rural upbringing, the “I Will Always Love You” songstress explains, “When I was a girl growing up in the 1950s in the Smoky Mountains, there were plenty of people who didn't know what to make of me. I had 11 brothers and sisters and no electricity in my home, yet I knew I was gonna be a star.”
Bringing a close to the work week, Miley Cyrus stepped out in Toluca Lake to run a few errands on Friday afternoon (January 6).
The former Disney darling was joined by a camera-shy guy pal as she showed off her gams in a pair of high waisted jean shorts paired with an Iron Maiden concert tee, jean jacket and zebra print sneakers.
Making for quite the star-studded celebration, a gathering of celebs teamed up for the taping of "VH1 Divas" Celebrates Soul in New York City, NY on Sunday night (December 18).
Held at the Hammerstein Ballroom, some of music's grandest names such as Mary J Blige, Dolly Parton, 50 Cent, Jessie J and Jennifer Hudson strutted their stuff in the arrivals area before heading inside to film the music special.
Looking tiny-waisted as usual in a printed jacket and yellow tank top, Dolly Parton spoke at a luncheon at the National Press Club in Washington DC on Tuesday afternoon (February 10).
Ms Parton told the National Press Club, “Somebody said to me, ‘Well, you know what-you’ve got such a big mouth and you know how to talk to people, did you ever think about running for president?’. I said, ‘I think we’ve had enough boobs in the White House, but hopefully [President] Obama ain’t gonna be one of them.’”