America's national treasure, Dolly Parton, has revealed that she would love to be on the cover of Playboy Magazine again. After her iconic cover all the way back in 1978, she is ready to re-live the moment all over again.
However, as much confidence as she still has now, other people don't see this as a positive thing to look forward to.
Keep reading to see exactly what she had to say...
Dolly Parton is a national treasure and everyone knows it.
via: Getty ImagesBorn in Locust Ridge, she was the fourth child of a whopping twelve.
The country singer made a career from her "rags-to-rhinestones" story.
via: Getty ImagesShe has credited a lot of her family members for helping mold her musicality, but particularly Uncle Bill Owens for getting her foot in the door of the industry.
Her talent didn't go unnoticed.
via: Getty ImagesAfter landing a coveted spot on The Porter Wagoner Show, she saw her name in lights very quickly.
And with songs like "Jolene" and "Love Is Like A Butterfly," she became an icon in the world of country singers.
via: Getty ImagesIn 1975 and '76, the Country Music Association awarded her with Female Country Singer of the Year and during this time, she was also working on moving into the pop market in order to further her career.
And the song “Here You Come Again" really helped her do that.
via: Getty ImagesIt won a Grammy Award and in the following years, she tucked a couple more of the prestigious accolades under her belt.
Probably one of her most famous songs, "9 to 5" catapulted her to global stardom.
via: Getty ImagesHer iconic country glam style was recognized all over the world and her distinct million-dollar smile granted her with millions of fans.
As well as being a musician, she also dabbled in the world of film.
via: Getty ImagesIn the '80s, Dolly made appearances in films such as Nine to Five, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and Steel Magnolias.
It's safe to say that Dolly Parton is a living legend.
via: Getty ImagesBut there's one aspect of her career that stands out for her particularly, if not others.
Her Playboy Magazine cover in 1978.
via: TwitterAs Dolly's career started to take off, this cover shoot allowed her to express herself in a way that boosted her confidence.
At thirty-two-years-old, the country singer made headlines for her "bunny" cover.
So, it's no wonder why Dolly is so proud of it.
In an interview with 60 Minutes Australia, she told us this:
And with the sudden "woke" factor that Playboy is trying to claim, they'll probably be up for it.
One particular cover saw activists and models pose naked underwater...
However, if they put Dolly Parton on the cover, it would bring a less tiresome approach to being "woke."
Someone else had a different idea...
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