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Style Dolly Parton, 74, declares she's 'always in glam' even when confined to home during COVID-19 quarantine

11:22  24 april  2020
11:22  24 april  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Legendary country crooner Dolly Parton isn't letting the COVID - 19 quarantine keep her from being every bit the glamorous 'Backwoods Barbie' while confined to her Nashville mansion. 'I'm always in glam !' the 74 -year-old national treasure declared to People on Thursday. 'I always say that the only

Legendary country crooner Dolly Parton put her soaring soprano pipes to good use while confined to her Nashville Dolly Parton , 74 , declares she ' s ' always in glam ' even when COVID - 19 cure: Parton previously made a M donation toward researching the fast-spreading respiratory illness at

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Legendary country crooner Dolly Parton isn't letting the COVID-19 quarantine keep her from being every bit the glamorous 'Backwoods Barbie' while confined to her Nashville mansion.

'I'm always in glam!' the 74-year-old national treasure declared to People on Thursday.

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'I always say that the only way I'd be caught without makeup is if a radio fell into the bathtub and electrocuted me.'  

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Dolly Parton in a wedding dress: 'I'm always in glam!' Legendary country crooner Dolly Parton isn't letting the COVID-19 quarantine keep her from being every bit the glamorous 'Backwoods Barbie' while confined to her Nashville mansion (pictured April 12) © Provided by Daily Mail 'I'm always in glam!' Legendary country crooner Dolly Parton isn't letting the COVID-19 quarantine keep her from being every bit the glamorous 'Backwoods Barbie' while confined to her Nashville mansion (pictured April 12)

The nine-time Grammy winner applies her own make-up, but she has her lifelong wig master Cheryl Riddle to keep her supplied with blonde hair and lifelong creative director Steve Summers to design her costumes.

'[I'm] following all the social distancing rules, living on faith. I'm still working like always, trying to bring some light anywhere that I can,' Dolly told the mag.

a vase filled with purple flowers on a table: The 74-year-old national treasure declared to People on Thursday: 'I always say that the only way I'd be caught without makeup is if a radio fell into the bathtub and electrocuted me' © Provided by Daily Mail The 74-year-old national treasure declared to People on Thursday: 'I always say that the only way I'd be caught without makeup is if a radio fell into the bathtub and electrocuted me'

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To help bring cheer to folks feeling low, Parton just curated an 'At Home Together' playlist on Spotify, which features 46 songs - 16 of which are her own.  

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Denial: A spokesperson for Dolly Parton has denied she mimed at Glastonbury on Sunday. 'I'm just glad you came to see me,' a grateful Dolly said during her set. She sung for around 70 minutes and Adding: 'But even when I’m home with my husband [Carl Dean], I always get up in the morning and

Some of the more surprising artists on the Tennessee-born beauty's playlist include Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Avril Lavigne, Céline Dion, Journey, and the late Avicii.

However, the Heartstrings producer-star - who's released 50 studio albums and 3K songs - neglected to include her goddaughter Miley Cyrus.

On Thursday, Dolly read Floyd Cooper's 2013 children's book Max and the Tag-Along Moon as part of Imagination Library's free 10-week series for stir-crazy kids being homeschooled amid the coronavirus crisis.

Dolly Parton holding a sign: 'Trying to bring some light anywhere that I can!' On Thursday, Dolly read Floyd Cooper's 2013 children's book Max and the Tag-Along Moon as part of Imagination Library's free 10-week series for stir-crazy kids being homeschooled amid the coronavirus crisis © Provided by Daily Mail 'Trying to bring some light anywhere that I can!' On Thursday, Dolly read Floyd Cooper's 2013 children's book Max and the Tag-Along Moon as part of Imagination Library's free 10-week series for stir-crazy kids being homeschooled amid the coronavirus crisis

Parton also gave back by donating $1M toward researching the fast-spreading respiratory illness at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville back on April 1.

a screenshot of text: COVID-19 cure: Parton also gave back by donating $1M toward researching the fast-spreading respiratory illness at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville back on April 1 © Provided by Daily Mail COVID-19 cure: Parton also gave back by donating $1M toward researching the fast-spreading respiratory illness at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville back on April 1

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