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Dolly Parton Hangs Out with Her God-dog in a Yellow Blouse & Black Skintight Pants

Rebelander Basilan
Apr 17, 2021
04:20 P.M.
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Country music legend Dolly Parton recently celebrated National Pet Day with her God-dog, along with the rest of the world. The star looked splendid in her outfit.


On April 10, Dolly Parton published a photo of herself with a French Bulldog on her Instagram feed. She referred to it as her "God Dog" and didn't specify if it's hers or who owns it.

The 75-year-old was wearing a yellow blouse and black skintight pants when the photographer snapped the adorable photo. A beaming Parton smiled as she posed for the camera.

Dolly Parton during an interview with host Seth Meyers on November 21, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images


In the caption of the snap, the "Hello, I'm Dolly" songstress wishes the pooch a happy National Pet Day and shares its joy with millions of her loyal fans. Parton wrote:

"Happy #NationalPetDay to my favorite god dog, @btkthefrenchie! Isn't he just the cutest?!"

A heart emoji and paw prints emoji ended Parton's caption. While the dog may be looking a little underwhelmed in the picture, one can bet he is having a great time with the singer.


With only a few hours to spare, Parton's new update had racked up more than 157,000 likes and many comments. Most followers wished their own pets a special day of celebration.

The singer was involved in the development of the Moderna vaccine.


Parton almost broke the Internet with a video she posted last month showing her receiving Moderna's COVID vaccine in a sparkly blue cold shoulders blouse perfect for the shot administration.

Many fans and celebrity friends showed a lot of support for the country singer on social media. Hillary Clinton, the former first lady of the United States, also paid her attention.


Clinton posted a throwback snap of herself wearing the same cut-out style. She wrote in the caption that she enjoyed seeing Parton bring back the cold shoulder as a vaccination look.

Meanwhile, in February, Parton revealed that she had urged Tennessee officials to cease conversations regarding the idea of erecting a statue in her honor, given the current circumstances of the world.

Parton stated that, in the meantime, she'd continue to do good work to raise the reputation of the state. The singer was involved in the development of the Moderna vaccine.

Parton opened up about why she donated a million dollars to vaccine research in an interview back in April 2020. Basically, the singer just wanted the research to be successful.


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