Dolly Parton hilariously scolds BBC's Charlie Stayt
2023/09/04

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Dolly Parton scolded BBC presenter Charlie Stayt during an interview after he made a comment about her voice, stating that it worked on "almost all of the songs" on her new album. Dolly immediately responded, playfully hitting him and saying, "What do you mean in almost all of them?" She then explained that various famous musicians had also contributed to the album. During the interview, Dolly also stated that she chooses not to get involved in politics and prefers to use her voice in a powerful way. She also revealed that she missed out on a chance to duet with Mick Jagger on her new rock and roll album. Additionally, Dolly has collaborated with a range of artists for her upcoming album, including Sting, Kid Rock, Chris Stapleton, and Miley Cyrus. Lastly, she commented on Madonna's recent health issues, stating that touring becomes more taxing as an artist gets older. Dolly credits good doctors, lighting, and makeup for keeping her looking her best as she approaches 80.

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