Dolly Parton wants Playboy return for 75th birthday
County music legend Dolly Parton has big plans for her upcoming 75th birthday. She wants to grace the pages of Playboy magazine once more.
She made her first appearance back in 1978. Much to the disappointment of some fans, she was just on the cover and not in the centerfold. Dolly donned the famous Playboy bunny costume, ears and all for the cover and says she’d like to try the outfit on again to celebrate her 75th birthday next year.
Parton told 60 Minutes Australia during an interview that she’s not sure the magazine would go for it, but she thinks it would be a hoot.
Parton also says she has absolutely no plan to retire anytime soon.
Parton recently released an acoustic version of her the song “Faith” that she recorded with EMD group Galantis. She serves as an executive producer and host of the Netflix show Heartstrings which dramatizes her songs for the streaming service.
She’s also active with The Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library which offers any child from birth to age five a free, new book from the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library every month regardless of family income.
Dolly Parton launched the program back in 1995 in her birthplace of Sevier County, Tennessee and over the years it has expanded across the United State and to Canada, the UK, Australia, Ireland. Over 130 million books have been mailed to children
Dolly Parton Playboy 75th birthday