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The 28-year-old Australian beauty isn't a big girl by any means, but she's a far cry from the typical stick figure look you might normally find in fashion. And that healthier look makes a big difference to teenage girls who are struggling with the
Country music has but one queen, and she has no intention to abdicate the throne. Dolly Parton has entered a new phase of increasing cultural relevance. Her latest studio album Blue Smoke is the singer's first to debut in the top ten of the Billboard
It would have to be a Dolly Parton song wouldn't it, Working 9 to 5'...Inspirational Montage? Let's go with something from Lucinda Williams, Car Wheels on a Gravel Road'...I'm picking something from My Favourite Song' playlist on my iPod.
09:37 EST, 14 July 2014 6 shares 1 View comments It had all the makings of a fairytale ending after an abandoned dog was found at Glastonbury festival last month and headlining star Dolly Parton came to the rescue, volunteering to adopt the canine.
Dolly the dog reunited with owner The dog, named Dolly after the singer by staff, was reunited with her owner on Thursday A dog found at Glastonbury Festival, which Dolly Parton offered to re-home, has been reunited with its owners.
Country music legend Dolly Parton has offered to adopt a dog that was found abandoned at the Glastonbury Music Festival last week. The white lurcher, described by the shelter caring for it as a "sweet-natured older lady," was nicknamed Dolly after
Dolly Parton offers to adopt abandoned Glastonbury dog 7 July 2014 Last updated at 09:28 Country singer Dolly Parton has promised that she will adopt a dog that was abandoned at Glastonbury, if the owner is not found. Dolly the dog, named in honour
The lurcher was found cowering in one of the 5,000 discarded tents during the clean-up of the 1200-acre festival site at Worthy Farm, Somerset. The beautiful white dog was renamed 'Dolly' by officials in tribute to festival hit Dolly Parton. Loveable:
Lots of front for Dolly Parton as she features in today's national newspapers Dolly Parton is the star of today's national press. Pictures of her performing at the Glastonbury festival appear on six newspaper front pages this morning. The singer is
Parton has appreciated the "Skyfall" hitmaker and fuelled speculation the duo could join hands, reports contactmusic.com. "I was so excited a year or so ago because I was hearing she was coming to Nashville and wanted to write with me. I was honoured