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Jimmy Fallon and Miley Cyrus do their Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers
October 5th, 2017 under Dolly Parton, Jimmy Fallon, Kenny Rogers, Miley Cyrus. [ Comments: none ]

It is Miley Cryus week on The Tonight Show and yesterday Jimmy Fallon and the singer recreated Dolly Parton and Kenny Roger’s iconic performance of Islands in the Stream. They were so believable as the Country duo, you would almost think it is 1983 all over again. But then again, Miley has an unfair advantage because after all Miss Dolly is her Godmother. That means she knows how she sings and dances better than most and it shows. Now, I am going to have that song stuck in my head all day long.

If you want to see just how gosh darn close the performances are to each other, then click here!


When Sofia Vergara and Dolly Parton’s breasts met!
September 18th, 2017 under Dolly Parton, Sofia Vergara. [ Comments: none ]

Yesterday’s biggest and best surprise at the Emmys was a 9 to 5 reunion with Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. That means that Nashville’s most loved lady was there as was Columbia’s. When Sofia Vergara walked past the Jolene singer, the two women with the best boobs of the night met! And it looks like the singer was sizing up the competition. Here’s some straight talk for the Modern Family beauty, she is a close second with her two because no one compares to Miss Parton.

While Vergara comes in second in that contest, she came in first as in the attendee who had the most fun. Here she is calling it a night while having a Sixteen Candles moment. No one else has as much as fun as Mrs Joe Manganiello and that is why we love her!


BTWF talk shows: Dolly Parton on The Bobby Lord Show
January 19th, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, Dolly Parton. [ Comments: none ]

Before Dolly Parton had more hits than you can count, she was singing her first one, Dumb Blonde, on The Bobby Lord Show. Even though she was just 21 at the time, she already that personality we know and love today back in 1967.


Matthew McConaughey auditions for 9 to 5’s Doralee Rhodes
January 19th, 2017 under Dolly Parton, Matthew McConaughey. [ Comments: none ]

Today is Dolly Parton’s 71st birthday (Can you believe it?) and W Magazine found an interesting way to honor her. They asked Matthew McConnaughey, Chris Pine and Michael Shannon to audition for her legendary part of Doralee Rhodes in the classic movie 9 to 5 by reading the infamous “rooster to a hen” scene. How did they do? Watch their read and then hers and let me know. I know, who I would give the 9 to 5 to.


Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors is the newest Holiday classic!
November 30th, 2016 under Dolly Parton. [ Comments: none ]

Dolly Parton is one of the most loved people in America and her music is a tradition for all. Now thanks to NBC, her life story is becoming a Christmas tradition for decades to come.
Last year, her biopic, Coat of Many Colors, was a huge sucess for NBC. So huge they brought it back for a second movie this year. Tonight at 9p, we get to see the next chapter in her book. This one is called Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love and it is must watch for families.
It is Christmastime for the Partons and the kids all know what they want. Their parents want the money to pay for all of their presents. With nearly a dozen kids that is not an easy task for them. Not only that, Papa Parton (Ricky Schroder) wants to buy his wife (Jennifer Nettles) the wedding ring he never gave her. That ring costs $69 which doesn’t seem like a lot, but to them that it is very expensive. Expensive enough that if he buys it, none of the kids will get anything for Christmas. The offspring decide to forego their gifts for their mom, but that is still not enough money for it. Now they are coming up with ways to raise the rest of the dough.
Papa Parton comes up with a way and that means leaving his family to work in the mines.
His wife had a vision that her family will die lying in a circle, but her husband was not in the dream. She doesn’t want her husband to go because of it, but she lets him leave her there with a kids because it is the right thing to do for him. Then the unforeseeable happens and the rest is a Christmas miracle that will leave you in tears.
Dolly Parton’s telemovies are as timeless as her and her music, and I hope that NBC gives her a third movie of her life for all of us to enjoy again next year. It is the feel good movie that broadcast forgets to do, and let’s hope this reminds them we want them.


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