Dolly Parton Wants to Be on Playboy Cover Again When She's 75
Dolly Parton is a name that remains evergreen in the ears of music lovers of generations past and present. The songstress could be forgiven for retiring from active music, but that is not her thing.
The "Jolene" singer, who turned 74 on January 19, spoke to "60 Minutes Australia" and revealed details about her retirement age, as well as her startling birthday wish for when she turns 75.
When the icon was asked about her retirement age, Parton replied by stating that she didn't have a retirement age, adding that she only just turned 74, the "9 to 5" singer still wasn't done.
Continuing, Parton said that she plans to be on the cover of "P" playboy" magazine for the second time. She explained further, saying:
"See, I did Playboy magazine years ago. I thought it'd be such a hoot if they go for it, I don't know if they will… if I could be on the cover again when I'm 75."
Her appearance on the magazine's cover was also historic, as she became the first country musician ever to grace Playboy's cover. Asides wanting to be on the cover again, Parton also wouldn't mind wearing the same outfit she had on the last time.
The profile picture for Tinder was quite hilarious, as it showed the singer dressed as a Playboy bunny.
When asked if she would wear that same dress, Parton said that it is probable, before joking that her breasts were still the same from those years.
60 Minutes Australia shared a video of the interview with the legendary Country singer on Twitter with a caption that had some of her quotes from the interview. The tweet read:
""Well, I don't plan to retire. I just turned 74!" With her signature charm and unique voice, it's so easy to see why fans will always love @DollyParton #60Mins."
Three days after her 74th birthday, Dolly Parton had fun with her followers on Twitter by mocking social media's most popular websites.
For her post, Parton shared the profile pictures she would use for each of the popular social media platforms in the world today.
The platforms for which she showed her profile pictures include LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder. The profile picture for Tinder was quite hilarious, it showed the singer dressed as a Playboy bunny. In her caption to the post, Parton wrote,
"Get you a woman who can do it all."
Well, she can do it all, and she can do it all over again if need be. One waits to see if Playboy will grant Parton her birthday wish. Time will tell.