Dolly Parton Takes Off Wig And Reveals Natural Hair For The First Time

Dolly Parton is not only an accomplished country singer but best also renowned for her incredible blonde hair.

However she has now decided to show off her natural hair explaining her reasons for the infamous wig.

Dolly Parton is most certainly America’s sweetheart…

She is absolutley adored by American fans.

I’m sure we can all agree with that point.

Dolly is certainly a powerful woman.

Dolly was born in Locust Ridge, she was the fourth born child in a family of twelve.

Her story is one from”rags-to-rhinestones”.

Many of her family members helped shape her music career especially her Uncle Bill Owens who got her into the music industry.

Dolly’s talent was noticed.

 Once she made her appearance on The Porter Wagoner Show, she began her rise to fame.

Two of her popular songs “Jolene” and “Love Is Like A Butterfly,” were a huge hit.

In 1975 and ’76, she was given Female Country Singer Of The Year by the Country Music Association.

Dolly attempted to break into the pop market with “Here You Come Again” which worked.

That song grabbed her a Grammy Award along with a few more of the years.

The song that shot her to stardom was the ever popular “9 to 5” which is still a big hit.

Dolly was recognized globally for her distinct smile and glamorous style.

Not only was she a singer but she also dipped into the film industry to try her hand at acting.

During the ’80s, Dolly appeared in Nine to Five, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and Steel Magnolias.

This woman was certainly an icon.

She has constantly proved herself throughout her music and acting career. Here are some of her most iconic moments.

Dolly’s Emmy Joke In 2017

Dolly reunited with her 9-5 co-stars, where she joked about a vibrator.

Dolly congratulate Grace and Frankie for their nomination, then said this:

I just hope I’m going to get one of those Grace and Frankie vibrators in my swag bag tonight.” And everyone had the same shocked but amused look on their face.

BLM View.

Dolly Parton took hers thoughts on black lives matter to a different level.

Her views offended some people which resulted in a Dolly boycott.

Here is what she said when asked for her opinion on the social movement: “Of course Black lives matter. Do we think our little white asses are the only ones that matter? No!”

Dolly’s appearance attracted a lot of negative attention.

Dolly was defined by her makeup and cosmetic surgeries, saying this: “I’d like to think I have a brain beneath this wig and a heart beneath the boobs.”

The singer expressed her true thoughts on the matter saying “don’t let these false eyelashes lead you to believe that I’m as phony as I look – Because I run true and deep.”

Fans who dress up as her.

Dolly loved to see fans dressing up as her. This is what she said:

When I do ‘Jolene’ and I see a bunch of drag queens out there, I start singing ‘Drag Queen, Drag Queen, please don’t take my man!’ I have a huge gay following and I’m proud of them. Sometimes, some of them look more like me than I do.

Reading Program.

Parton is involved in numerous charities to aid children and their own educational ventures.

In 1990 The Imagination Library Began.

Providing newborn to five year old children with free books, so far she has sent over 141 million books to children around the world.

Dolly’s Humor.

Her humor is one of her best traits.

Another joke?

During the set of 9 to 5, she asked Jane Fonda, “Do you know what’s green and smells like Miss Piggy?”

Dolly donated $1 million to fund coronavirus research.

Dolly donated one million dollars to Vanderbilt University Medical Center to help with scientific research into the virus during the pandemic.

Dolly Parton will be America’s sweetheart.

Behind the scenes Dolly had many struggles from being booed off stage to having turmoil in both professional and romantic relationships.

Dolly never became a mother and often felt depressed.

Although life hasn’t been all roses for Dolly she does have magnificent hair..

Dolly shared a picture recently of her natural hair.

I always wore my hair all teased up. Whenever that style started, I was the first to get my hair all poofy. Then as soon as I could buy those hairpieces and wigs, I wanted them.

“Plus my hair would never do exactly what I wanted it to. So the wigs became kind of my trademark.”

Here is her natural look!

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