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Check Out Delightful Dolly Parton Tattoos

You may not be a fan of country music, but you can’t deny that Dolly Parton is an American sweetheart. Dolly Parton was born in Pittman Center, Tennessee on January 19,  and began her musical career as a child, singing on radio stations in East Tennessee. She met Johnny Cash at the age of 13, who encouraged her to follow her dreams of becoming a musician. At the age of 21, Parton debuted in 67 with” Hello, I’m Dolly” on the album, which included the successful singles “dumb Blonde” and “Something Fishy”.”

In the 60s and early 70s, Parton continued to make a name as a musician, then she released her hit “Jolene. Just one year after, she released another massive hit, “I Will always Love You”, which is eventually taken over by the late Whitney Houston.

In seven decades, she has released 51 Studio albums, and more than 200 singles. She ventured into the Theater, appeared in the 80 film “9 to 5” (which was after adapted into a Tony-nominated Musical), and even has her own theme Park, Dollywood, in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Throughout her career, Parton has been one of Hollywood’s most charitable musicians, recently donating for vaccine research to Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

In honor of Dolly Parton and all of his big hair fame, take a look at 40 tattoos that are a pay to this country music legend. These tattoos come from artists from all over the world and show that Dolly has made a big impression on audiences all over the world. Then tell us your favorite Dolly Parton single (or album) in the comments on social media.