Dolly Parton recreates Playboy cover for husband on his birthday

Dolly Parton recreates Playboy cover for husband on his birthday

jeanniejeanniejeannie.co.uk BLOG  Thursday 29th July 2021

 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

Dolly Parton recreates Playboy cover for husband on his birthday.

Dolly Parton recreated her famous Playboy shoot for her husband for his birthday. His birthday was 20th July.

The 75-year-old country music legend’s spouse Carl Dean was a huge fan of her 1978 Playboy cover and so to do something extra special for his big day she slipped her eye-popping curves into the famous white tie and strapless black bunny outfit.

Sharing a video of herself dressed in the skin-tight outfit on her social media accounts, Dolly said: “You’re probably wondering why I’m dressed like this. Well, it’s for my husband’s birthday. Remember some time back I said I was gonna pose on Playboy magazine when I’m 75? Well, I’m 75 and they don’t have a magazine anymore, but my husband always loved the original cover of Playboy.

“I was trying to think of something to do to make him happy. He still thinks I’m a hot chick after 57 years and I’m not gonna try to talk him out of that.”

The ‘Jolene’ singer then held up a framed print with the old Playboy cover besides a new photo of herself posing in the bodysuit, and admitted she thinks she looks hotter now than she did back in the 70s.

She added: “In the first one, I was kind of a butter-ball. Well I’m string cheese now! But he’ll probably think I’m cream cheese, I hope!”

In the vid, Dolly also showed her millions of followers a clip of her presenting the new Playboy image to her man Carl – who she has been married to since 1966.

The blonde bombshell signed off her video by making an offer to Playboy to pose for the brand – created by late media mogul Hugh Hefner – once again.

She said: “You think Playboy ought to pay me for at least a photoshoot? I do.”

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MY MOST FAVOURITE EVENT AT THE OLYMPICS IS DRESSAGE!

With dressage I just love the skill and the patience and elegance that goes into it. So, pleased we did well and we deserved to do well too. Alot of work goes into as it does of course for swimming and athletics.

REMEMBER: The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.

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 INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE FOR THE DAY

We have to dare to be ourselves, however frightening or strange that self may prove to be. -May Sarton

HAPPINESS IS…

Happiness is….I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…Dolly Parton.

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“They say some people ‘inhale books’. I know someone who injects books right into his veins. Particularly ones with female protagonists. He’s a heroine addict.” – Izzy Mant

LOVE IS…

Love is…a one time deal.

TURN…TURN…TURN!

A time to grace the cover of Playboy in 1978… A time to grace the cover of Playboy in 2021 (go on Playboy, you know it makes sense.

YOUR HISTORY

29th July

1907 Sir Robert Baden-Powell forms Boy Scouts in England.

1928 Test footage first created for Walt Disney’s “Steamboat Willie” with Mickey Mouse.

1945 BBC Begins ‘Light Programme’ On Radio

 The ‘British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)’ began the ‘Light Programme’ on radio on this day, back in 1945. The programme offered entertainment and comedy for civilian listeners and was aired in place of the General Forces Program.

                                1981: Charles and Diana marry.

Prince Charles, the successor to the British throne, married a school teacher, the late Lady Diana Spencer at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London on 29th July, 1981. The wedding was attended by 3500 guests and an unprecedented 750 million television viewers across the world watched the proceedings on TV, making it one of the highest viewed events.

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