Dolly Parton Reveals She’s Covered In Hidden Tattoos
At 73, Dolly Parton is making more headlines than ever. This time, she shocked fans by revealing she has several…
Dolly Parton; Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy
At 73, Dolly Parton is making more headlines than ever. This time, she shocked fans by revealing she has several hidden tattoos on her body.
During a recent interview with Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts, the iconic entertainer shared that she has multiple flower and butterfly tattoos.
“I got them to cover scars or things,” Parton explained. “If I have to get a scar for any reason, I never can kind of get rid of that purple look. So I thought, ‘Well, I’m going to kind of decorate these with some flowers or little butterflies or whatever.’”
Parton’s interview was part of the ABC News special, Dolly Parton: Here She Comes Again!, which aired last week prior to The 53rd Annual CMA Awards where she was a special guest host alongside Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood.
Soon, Parton’s fans can tune into Heartstrings, eight-episode Netflix series based on her music. The much-anticipated anthology debuts November 22.
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