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Entertainment Dolly Parton says virus is 'lesson' from God: 'It's gonna be alright'

00:25  29 march  2020
00:25  29 march  2020 Source:   wonderwall.com

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Like many, Dolly Parton is currently hunkered down in her home trying to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus, or In a message to fans posted on Friday, Parton said that she believed the virus was a lesson from I think that when this passes we ’ re all gonna be better people,” Parton said .

Dolly Parton has given her take on the coronavirus pandemic, explaining that she believes it ’ s going to make us ‘better people.’ Filming a clip from her house, she laughed: ‘Well hello, it ’ s Dolly , climbing the stairway to heaven, because this virus has scared the It ’ s gonna be alright , God loves us!’

Dolly Parton is telling the world to "keep the faith" amid the coronavirus pandemic.

In a sweet message posted to Instagram on Friday, the country icon said she believes God is teaching us a lesson via Covid-19.

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"Well hello! It's Dolly. Climbing the stairway to heaven 'cause this virus has scared the H-E-L-L out of us," she began her video message in front of a small stairwell in her home, where she's social distancing.

The "Jolene" singer said, "I'm not making light out of the situation. Well, maybe I am because it's the light, I believe, that's going to dissolve the situation. I think God is in this, I really do."

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Dolly Parton is spreading some joy and positivity to her followers in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. "Well hello! It ' s Dolly . Climbing the stairway to heaven because this virus has scared the H-E-L-L "I think that when this passes we ' re all gonna be better people." Parton said despite the

Dolly Parton attends We Are Family Foundation honors Dolly Parton & Jean Paul Gaultier at Hammerstein Ballroom on Nov. I think God is in this, I really do. I think he’ s holding us to the light so we can see ourselves and see each other through the eyes of love."

She continued, "I think he's trying to hold us up to the light so we can see ourselves and see each other through the eyes of love, and I hope we learn that lesson. I think that when this passes we're all gonna be better people."

Dolly Parton wearing a costume posing for the camera: Dolly Parton attends the We Are Family Foundation Celebration Gala in New York City on Nov. 5, 2019. © Gregory Pace/Shutterstock Dolly Parton attends the We Are Family Foundation Celebration Gala in New York City on Nov. 5, 2019.

Dolly said she's maintaining a "positive attitude" but is aware that many people see nothing rewarding about the pandemic. She's also aware of the fears people have around the world.

"So just keep the faith, don't be too scared," she ended her brief message. "It's going to be alright. God loves us."

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