Dolly Parton jokes she’ll never be old as long as plastic surgery exists
Dolly Parton says she's way too busy to grow old – and she'll never look it either.
The country music legend says she'll look as young as her plastic surgeons will allow.
Dolly may be 74, but she's showing no signs of slowing down and has vowed to still look exactly like she does now when she reaches the age of 95.
The iconic star told Oprah Winfrey on Apple TV+'s The Oprah Conversation: "I don’t think about my life in terms of numbers. First of all, I ain’t never gonna be old because I ain’t got time to be old. I can’t stop long enough to grow old.
Dolly says she's too busy to grow old
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"I bet you I won’t look much different when I’m 95, if I live that long, because I’m like the Gabor sisters."
According to People, Dolly went on to say that she's going to keep up her cosmetic procedures as long as she can.
Dolly, who once said she sleeps in full make up so she's always camera-ready, said: "I’m gonna look like a cartoon. I’ll have on the makeup. I’ll look as young as my plastic surgeons will allow me and [with] all the make up and lighting and all that. But I think more than anything, it’s about what comes from inside you.
Dolly is still working hard at 74
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"It’s an attitude and you gotta shine from within. Sometimes, that can make you feel young and make you seem young to other people."
Dolly looks as incredible as ever and is even in talks to pose for Playboy to mark her 75th birthday in January.
Dolly first posed for the magazine 43 years ago, wearing a black bunny suit for the cover of the October 1978 issue.
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Dolly first graced the Playboy front cover in 1978
Speaking on the Scott Mills & Chris Stark Show on Radio 5 Live, the star insisted it would be "in good taste".
"I might just do it," she said.
"If I can do it in good taste and we'll do it along with a really good interview inside. So, yeah, we've talked about it."
Dolly said it would be a "hoot" to be back on the cover of the famous magazine.