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Country superstar Dolly Parton had a rough morning in Nashville.
The 67-year-old singer was involved in what she described as a “fender bender” on Monday, and had to be treated for minor injuries.
Police say Parton was riding in an SUV that was hit by another vehicle. Dolly and the two others were taken to local hospitals for treatment.
A news release says none of the injuries appeared serious.
In a hilarious rap routine, country superstar Dolly Parton poked a little fun at her world-famous breasts, “Duck Dynasty” and goddaughter Miley Cyrus.
Decked out in a blonde Afro, Parton appeared on an episode of pal Queen Latifah's talk show and deliver an epic, hilarious rap.
Dolly rapped, "Now I don't hip and I don't hop. I black both eyes with this big top. I know the Queen [Latifah] has got 'em too. But she don't work 'em like I do! Look at them go! Hey I'm twerkin'! I'm workin'! I'm twerkin'! Hey Miley, I got your wrecking balls right here."
Parton exclaimed, “I will not make comment on some story in a rag magazine! I'm fine! Do I look sick to you?”
As usual, singer/actress Dolly Parton is thinking bigger is better… this time regarding her theme park, Dollywood.
The country superstar has announced plans to expand her popular namesake theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., with ambitious new attractions that will include a grand resort called DreamMore.
Country star Dolly Parton underwent a secret surgery in hopes of saving her singing voice and reducing the risk of cancer, reports the National Enquirer.
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."