Dolly Parton has stated that she has no intention of retiring and will continue to perform until she “can’t do it anymore.” Dolly Parton, a legend of country music, turns 77 on Thursday (01.19.23), but she has no plans to retire anytime soon. She enjoys performing too much.
She told Us Weekly: “I don’t think I could retire if I wanted to. Cause I’ve dreamed myself into a corner, as I say. Cause all these wonderful things to keep happening and you gotta keep the dream alive.”
“Since I love to work, I always say I’ll just work. ‘I’m gonna make hay while the sun shines,’ is the old saying. So, I’m gonna do that until I can’t do it anymore.”
Dolly also discussed her pop star goddaughter Miley Cyrus in the interview, saying that she is “incredibly proud” of the singer for being able to express her feelings so well in her new song “Flowers.”
Dolly said of Miley’s track: “I love that song. Miley is so great. I mean, I just am so proud of her as a singer and songwriter. I don’t know who wrote that, but I have a feeling she had plenty to do with it. It was her story if not her actual writing.”
The couple’s unhappy marriage to Liam Hemsworth is said to be the inspiration for the song. The 30-year-old performs the following lyrics on the song “Flowers”: “I can love me better than you can, I can love me better, I can love me better babe, I can love me better, I can love me better ah.”
The actors got engaged in May 2012 after meeting on the set of their film “The Last Song,” but they ended up breaking up the following year. They split up in 2014, got back together in 2016, and got married in 2018. Unfortunately, their marriage failed and they divorced in January 2020.
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Dolly Parton has said she has no plans to retire and will perform until she “can’t do it anymore.” Dolly Parton, a legend in the world of country music, turns 77 on Thursday (01.19.23), but she has no plans to slow down any time soon. Her love of the stage is unhealthy.
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