Dolly parton

I never understood why Dolly was so worried about Jolene ‘stealing her man.'  Dolly Parton is a fabulous creation and with her planned 75th birthday makeover she is going to tower over the Jolenes of this world.

According to the Globe, Dolly Parton is planning to “splurge” on a “$2 million” plastic surgery makeover in anticipation of her 75th birthday in January. Sources for the outlet insist Parton “intends to wow the world with her new younger look” as she promotes her new Christmas album, A Holly Dolly Christmas, as well as her new Netflix flick, Dolly Parton’s Christmas On The Square, which will air late in November. A source tells the outlet,

Dolly is no stranger to the surgeon's scalpel. She has had a whole range of tweaks and surgeries over her glorious career.

Her surgeon  Dr. John Grossman has said: “She has a generous bosom, which I augmented some years ago.

“She’s had her face rejuvenated on a number of occasions, [but] not a full face- lift.”

Dolly has opened up about the inspiration behind her striking look.

Dolly told CBS Sunday Morning in September: “It is true that I look artificial, but I believe that I'm totally real.

This is a from a woman who famously said: “it costs a lot of money to look this cheap”.

During a round of quick-fire questions, she joked about her breasts after being asked: “Are they real?”

The singer retorted: “They're real expensive. They're real big.”

She told The Guardian in a 2011 interview: “If something is bagging, sagging or dragging, I'll tuck it, suck it or pluck it.”

But Dolly Parton is unique in that she can get away with all the bling and surgical modifications.  It is rarely mentioned but Dolly also had her eyelids tweaked.  the package though is blingy, camp and totally credible. As Dolly told CBS Sunday Morning in September: “It is true that I look artificial, but I believe that I'm totally real. ”   Your 75th birthday is going to quite an event! BestCosmeticsurgeons salutes you!

 

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