Country singer Dolly Parton says she’s not a lesbian, in response to rumors that the Nashville star is in a very close relationship with best friend, Judy.
In a recent interview with “Nightline,” Parton explained that like Oprah Winfrey and best friend Gayle King, she and Judy are just friends.
There are five words that will always tie country singer Dolly Parton to the late Whitney Houston -- "I Will Always Love You."
In an exclusive interview, Dolly told "Extra" of Houston's passing, "It just hit me how connected we will always be, and how that song meant so much to both of us for different reasons."
Last night, NBC debuted their highly anticipated TV series, "Smash," starring Katharine McPhee, Megan Hilty, Debra Messing, Academy Award winner Anjelica Huston, Christian Borle and Brian d'Arcy James.
In case you missed it, here are a few tidbits that will bring you up to speed:
1. "American Idol" alum Katharine McPhee rose to fame on the fifth season of the singing competition in 2006, when she finished as the runner-up to Taylor Hicks. Her self-titled album's first single, "Over It," was certified gold in 2008. The singer also booked TV guest-star spots and film roles, including "The House Bunny," all while releasing new albums. "Smash" is McPhee's first recurring role in a TV series.
At the Hollywood premiere of "Joyful Noise," country star Dolly Parton showed off her famous cleavage... and a new red flower tattoo in it.
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Country singer Dolly Parton is back in a new movie, "Joyful Noise," with Queen Latifah. The comedy, about two choir members who clash when it comes to winning the national choir competition, is Dolly's first film in 20 years.
Parton, who looks amazing in the movie, revealed that keeping trim isn't easy. "I have to work at it. I have to watch what I eat. I try to stay on low carbs, mostly, 'cause I have a country girl appetite."
Country superstar Dolly Parton isn't shy when it comes to admitting her celebrity crush, but she's a little more reserved when talking about her style evolution.
"I love Johnny Depp, always wanted to meet him, love him," Parton told "Extra" at her Hallmark Channel TV special, celebrating the 25th anniversary of her Smokey Mountain theme park Dollywood, with guest appearances by Kenny Rogers, Billy Ray Cyrus and Miley Cyrus.
In reviewing her looks over the past 25 years, Dolly is a little perplexed. "It really hits me when I do things like the special and then they show a lot of footage of me from the past, all the different hairdos, looks. I think what was I thinking?" Parton laughed.
Find out our video interview to see what Parton's guilty pleasure is -- and the craziest thing she's ever done!
Broadway's brightest stars will be at the Tonys this Sunday, and the awards show will feature some amazing performers! Dolly Parton will join the cast of "9 to 5: The Musical," Sir Elton John will take the stage with the cast of "Billy Elliot," and Liza Minnelli will perform with Poison and the cast of "Rock of Ages"!
"How I Met Your Mother" star Neil Patrick Harris will host, and presenters will include Will Ferrell, Kristin Chenoweth, Edie Falco, Nicole Kidman, Anne Hathaway and John Stamos.
The Tonys will air this Sunday, June 7 on CBS.