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She broke the news about her decision to donated via Instagram in which she said “My longtime friend Dr. Naji Abumrad, who’s been involved in research at Vanderbilt for many years, informed me that they were making some exciting advancements towards research of the coronavirus for a cure,” she wrote in a statement posted to Instagram.

Rihanna’s The Clara Lionel Foundation and Jay-Z’s Shawn Carter Foundation each donated $1 million to coronavirus response efforts this week.

Dolly Parton Gossip News and Trivia

One of 12 children, she grew up in a one-room cabin in Tennessee.

Owner/namesake of Smoky Mountain area theme park “Dollywood,” located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, USA.

During the early 1990s, she filmed a series of sitcom pilots for CBS-TV. In 1994, “Heavens to Betsy” was made, starring Dolly and Constance Shulman; six episodes were completed before the sitcom was scrapped and the story revamped for the Movie of the Week Unlikely Angel (1996). Following the television movie, she was to develop a sitcom where she would star as a “caterer to the stars,” which would have aired as Mindin’ My Own Business (1996), but the pilot was never broadcast.

When Drew Barrymore spoke about her film Home Fries (1998) prior to its release, she revealed that her character was a huge fan of Dolly Parton. She said that several of Parton’s songs would appear in the film, and that they spent a two-day shoot at Dollywood. When the film was finally released, the only reference to Dolly Parton was on the walls of Drew’s bedroom, which are covered with posters and pictures of Dolly.

Reportedly has her breasts insured for $600,000.

Dolly’s classic song “Jolene” was covered by Sherrié Austin (aka Sherrie Austin) on her third album “Followin’ a Feelin” (2001).

Her father Robert was one of 15 children and her mother Avie Lee (Owens) was one of 10.

The world’s first cloned mammal, Dolly the sheep, was named after Parton.

Was a candidate for the hosting duties on Family Feud (1999) before Louie Anderson was hired.

Inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999.

Sister-in-law of Richard Dennison.

Various tabloids have reported that her breast implants–which she has never disputed having–have increased her measurements to anywhere from 38CC to 48DD.

The children’s television series Sesame Street (1969) introduced a character in homage to Dolly Parton. She had purple skin and blonde hair and went by the name of Polly Darton.

She and her husband Carl Dean raised five of her younger siblings.

Distant cousin of screenwriter R.J. O’Sullivan.

Her song “Jolene” was also covered by Olivia Newton-John, who sang it at a taped concert in the Dee Events Center in Ogden, Utah.

Ranked #34 on VH1’s Greatest Women of Rock N Roll

Her Oscar nominated song “Nine to Five” from 9 to 5 (1980) was ranked #78 while her song writing contribution, “I
Will Always Love You”, from The Bodyguard (1992) came in at #65 on The American Film Institute’s list of AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Songs: America’s Greatest Music in the Movies (2004).

Her iconic hit song, “I Will Always Love You,” was voted the No. 1 song on CMT 100 Greatest Love Songs of Country Music (2004).

Covered Collective Soul’s “Shine,” turning the alternative-rock ballad into a bluegrass song.

Her ancestry includes English, German, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh.

Created her song “Nine to Five” while on the set of the film of the same name, 9 to 5 (1980), by tapping her nails.

She was unable to have her own children because of an allergic reaction she experienced to birth-control pills when she was younger.

Dolly Parton Ranked #4 on the 40 Greatest Women in Country Music, #3 Loretta Lynn, #2 Tammy Wynette and #1 Patsy Cline.

Her duet “Islands in the Stream” with fellow country singer Kenny Rogers was ranked the #1 duet of all time on CMT 100 Greatest Country Duets of All Time.

Was named 4th Sexiest Woman in CMT list of the 20 sexiest women in Country Music

Dolly Parton was awarded the National Medal of Arts in 2005.

Purchased her hometown radio stations in Sevierville, Tennessee in 1991. She owned and operated WSEV 930 AM and WDLY 105.5 FM, the FM station billed as “Dolly’s Station” until 2000 when she sold both stations. Stating at that time that she and her business partners had built up the audiences for both stations and could not take the stations to “the next level.” She first appeared on WSEV-AM when she was 10 years old. While she owned the radio stations, WDLY-FM was broadcast every operating day from her Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The small section of the park dedicated to the radio broadcast was known as “Radio Square.”.

In 2006, she was awarded the Lindy Boggs Award from the Stennis Center for Public Service. She becomes the first nonpolitical recipient.

In 1978, she became one of the few celebrities to have their own pinball machine. Manufactured by Bally Manufacturing Company. The “Dolly” pinball machine played Dolly’s #1 single “Here You Come Again” while the pinball machine was active. This item is a highly sought after piece of Dolly Parton memorabilia.

Recorded the song “My Tennessee Hills” with folk icon Janis Ian for Ian’s 2004 album “Billie’s Bones”.
In 1993, she was honored with the Country Music Association’s very first “Country Music Honors” Award. As of 2009, she is still the sole recipient of this honor.

She has earned five BMI Million-Air (or more) Performance Awards and numerous BMI Songwriter Citations of Achievement. Her classic hit song “I Will Always Love You” is currently certified with a Six Million-Air award, meaning it has been played on radio and television over six million times. She was also honored with the prestigious BMI Icon Award in 2003.

Inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1986.

In 1987 she was among the women honored by Ms. Magazine as “Woman of the Year.”.

A bronze sculpture of her sits on the courthouse lawn in Sevierville, Tennessee, USA. Sevierville is her hometown.

She has a star on Nashville’s Starwalk for Grammy Award Winners. She also has a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, which represents her accomplishments in the field of recording arts.

Inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry on January 4, 1969.

Among 120 celebrities and movie industry executives to receive invitations for membership into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) on July 5, 2006. The Academy only allows for 30 new members each year, but in 2006 invited more people for membership in order to replace previous members who passed away or were retiring. Other celebrities receiving invitations include Jake Gyllenhaal, Werner Herzog, Felicity Huffman, Joaquin Phoenix, Terrence Howard, Heath Ledger and Dakota Fanning.

Dolly Parton , Steven Spielberg, Smokey Robinson, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and conductor Zubin Mehta were awarded Kennedy Center Honors in 2006.

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