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Dolly Parton Dishes on Her ‘Trashy’ Halloween Costume

Dolly Parton has such a sassy sense of humor, she's even open to whole-heartedly accepting the fact that she picked up a "trashy" costume for Halloween. Everyone's favorite country superstar played along with pushy TMZ interviewers recently as they prodded her about her purchase.

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Dolly Parton Slot Machines Coming to Las Vegas [VIDEO]

Dolly Parton is well known for a lot of things. A legendary country singer, a movie star, theme park owner and author. And yes, her top-heaviness. Now Dolly is going to be known for cheering you on as she takes your money.

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Dolly Parton Celebrates Gold-Selling Album ‘An Evening With … Dolly’

It’s hard to believe that Dolly Parton experienced a first in her career last week, so deep into the legendary singer’s success in country music. Friday morning (Aug. 10), Parton’s label — Dolly Records — earned its first gold-selling album for her Cracker Barrel double-disc, ‘An Evening With … Dolly.’ In addition to it being the first big-selling album for her record label, it was also the first gold-selling project for Cracker Barrel.

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Taylor Swift, Dolly Parton + Patsy Cline Are Rolling Stone’s Women Who Rock

They might all sing with a country twang, but according to Rolling Stone, Taylor Swift, Dolly Parton and Patsy Cline all qualify for the Women Who Rock list. The countdown celebrates “50 of the fiercest albums that female rock & rollers have given the world,” and it includes Lady Gaga, Carole King, Lucinda Williams and — of course — Aretha Franklin, among others.

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Library of Congress Adds Dolly Parton’s ‘Coat of Many Colors’ to National Recording Registry

Every year, the Library of Congress adds an exclusive group of 25 songs to its National Recording Registry. Based on cultural significance in the preservation of iconic songs in history, the Library of Congress has chosen Dolly Parton‘s ‘Coat of Many Colors’ as one of this year’s honorees, giving the iconic singer-songwriter one more accolade in her already impressive collection of nods and awards.

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Dolly Parton to Release New DVD / CD Collection Through Cracker Barrel

Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores nationwide are getting ready to stock their shelves with a new collection of hit songs from the one and only Dolly Parton.

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Dolly Parton Sought After in New ‘Hollywood to Dollywood’ Documentary

Dolly Parton is the muse in a new documentary that’s set to debut at the 2012 Nashville Film Festival, which runs the week of April 19-26. Though the appropriately titled ‘Hollywood to Dollywood’ might sound like a documentary about the Queen of Country Music herself, it actually chronicles the adventures of two identical twin brothers, Gary and Larry Lane, who are hoping to get Parton to star in their screenplay ‘Full Circle.’

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Dolly Parton Brought to Tears by Whitney Houston’s Death

In a new statement made Monday (Feb. 13), Dolly Parton emphasized once again just how deeply saddened she is by the tragic and sudden death of pop superstar Whitney Houston, who died Saturday in a Beverly Hills hotel room. Parton seems to have felt a special connection with the soaring songstress, especially since they shared the hit ‘I Will Always Love You,’ a song Parton wrote and performed in 1974. Houston then brought the git to girls across the globe, who sang it into their hairbrushes after 1992, trying to mimic the astounding runs and unbelievable high notes of the talent.

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Dolly Parton Mourns Whitney Houston’s Death: ‘Whitney, I Will Always Love You’

Dolly Parton and the late Whitney Houston are forever connected through one very specific hit ballad. Houston’s version of ‘I Will Always Love You’ — which Parton wrote and first released in 1974 — was a massive hit for Houston in 1992 as part of ‘The Bodyguard’ soundtrack.

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Dolly Parton to Help Launch New Water, Snow Park in Nashville

Two of Nashville’s biggest entertainment moguls announced last week that they will be partnering for a new 114-acre family entertainment zone in Nashville. Dolly Parton‘s Dollywood Company is embarking on this new project with Gaylord Entertainment, the company that owns the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, as well as the Ryman Auditorium, Wildhorse Saloon, WSM-AM and more of Nashville’s main attractions.

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Dolly Parton Raps With Queen Latifah on ‘Today’

Appearing on the ‘Today’ show this morning because of their new film ‘Joyful Noise,’ Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah took the descriptor “cross-genre” just one step further. When host Ann Curry pointed out that hip-hop and country had an intersection in the two artists, Parton innocently said, “We never thought about that. We just thought it’d be rap stuff,” and then she jumped right into a rap with Latifah beat-boxing at her side.

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Dolly Parton Turns Down ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Offers

With her dazzling attire and stage-brightening smile, Dolly Parton would seemingly be an ideal celebrity to hit the ‘Dancing With the Stars’ set — she’s even got the costuming down already. Still, the ‘Jolene’ hitmaker does not think she’d be a good fit and has refused several offers to appear on the show.

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