During their interview, Parton said she nearly always wears heels around the house to help her feel like herself and reach her cabinets. And I always pray that he'll let me uplift mankind and glorify Him", she shared."I have my little meditations I do, my little scriptures that I read, and all that.
Later, Parton dispelled rumors that she only wears clothes once by saying that she either re-wears items, donates them, or places them in a museum. "She just had a light about her".
The Jolene singer opened up about her appearance during an interview with RuPaul for a digital cover story with Marie Claire, where she said she has to "always stay ready".
Though Parton is a mega-star who has been within the highlight for many of her life, she nonetheless loves being at residence and cooking for her household when she's not working or touring.
Fans will likely never seen Dolly Parton without her signature look.
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Dolly replied: "Well, I don't". "I have to keep my makeup on and keep my hair done. -I've told you about it-if it's going to natural disaster, if we get an quake, I'm not running out in the street looking like you look now", she explained. "I have to be ambulance-ready at all times, if I get sick or something", she joked. "I Will Always Love You" - on the Jolene album - was No. 1 on the Country chart in 1974 and again in 1982 when it was used in the soundtrack to The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Some of them are sad, and some of them are pitiful."And I mean for them to be pitiful, those really sad songs like "Little Sparrow" or "Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark". But I always enjoy wearing the shoes too, and I just feel more like me. Fallon skydives onto the stage to join her for the final notes, jubilantly singing, "All I want for Christmas is you", before taking off into the night on Parton's sled.
"I dress for myself more than I do for somebody else", Parton told RuPaul.
"You never know if you're going to wreck the bus, you never know if you're going to be somewhere in a hotel and there's going to be a fire", she explained.
Parton also said keeping young is an "attitude" more than anything else. "I didn't think about doing a bunch of duets at the start", she admits; rather, it was the idea of getting to perform "All I Want for Christmas Is You" with Fallon - finally - that got the ball rolling.