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Parenting two kids the same age at one time is a challenging task for any parent. But Jerry O’Connell says that he and wife Rebecca Romijn‘s first priority is to make sure their daughters are grounded people.
“When they meet people, looking them in the eye and greeting them. Saying their name. Saying thank you,” continues O’Connell, 42. “Saying please. As simplistic as that sounds, »
- Jen Juneau
It seems the 9 to 5 crew is too busy with their real 9 to 5s to give us a reunion!
Dolly Parton presented her friend Lily Tomlin with the Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Sunday night, after Jane Fonda was unfortunately too sick to attend the night's festivities -- and while Parton's tribute couldn't be sweeter, it only left us -- and Tomlin -- yearning for an appearance by the singer on Tomlin and Fonda's Netflix show, Grace and Frankie.
"We're trying [to get her on the show]," Tomlin told Et's Nancy O'Dell on the red carpet. "She has so much stuff this year that I don't know if she's going to be able to do it."
"Jane and I both want her on the show. [We would be] very, very excited to have her on the show," she added. "One of these »
“Greetings from Dollywood, Hollywood!”
Dolly Parton supplied her signature brand of humor while presenting the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award to friend Lily Tomlin on Sunday – poking fun at herself and her costar from the beloved 1980 comedy 9 to 5.
“Look at this room, all of these special people,” Parton, 71, joked. “I almost didn’t get in. They kept holding me backstage. They wanted to see my ID – or maybe it was double D’s. I wanted to get that off my chest.”
Aside from teasing her own famous figure, Parton addressed those dreamers hoping for a 9 to 5 sequel.
“People have »
- Lindsay Kimble
Ladies and gentlemen, can we give it up for Dolly Parton? During the 2017 SAG Awards Sunday night, the country singer was brought onstage to help present Lily Tomlin with the Life Achievement Award. While her close friend Jane Fonda was unable to join her after getting sick, Dolly couldn't help but bring the laughs and jokes to the packed house. "Greetings from Dollywood, Hollywood. I almost didn't get in. Seriously, I didn't. They were holding me backstage, kept wanting to see my I.D.'s," she shared with the Shrine Auditorium audience. "Well I think they wanted to see I.D.'s, maybe double D's." She added, "Well, I'm glad to get that off my »
Dolly Parton and Jane Fonda were scheduled to present their 9 to 5 costar Lily Tomlin with a lifetime achievement award at the SAG Awards on Sunday, but when Jane got sick at the last minute, Dolly had to go it alone - and damn, did she kill it. Not only did the 71-year-old get a standing ovation when she hit the stage, but she also went hard on the boob jokes and had even the stuffiest celebrities in stitches with her Southern-fried sense of humor. Watch Dolly's hilarious introduction below. Dolly Parton, funny as ever. #sagawards pic.twitter.com/BtjiillRe7 - TBS Network (@TBSNetwork) January 30, 2017 Related:These Throwback Photos of Dolly Parton Are Full of Southern-Fried Nostalgia10 Interesting Facts You Probably Never Knew About Dolly Parton »
- Brittney Stephens
Soulful, sweet and just the right amount of sassy!
“She’s been talking and singing since before she could walk,” Brooke Kingsley, 25, tells People of daughter Sophia. “It’s incredible, she can hear a song once or twice and recall all of the lyrics.”
Sophia picked up Parton’s 1973 ballad from an episode of The Voice in November, when the 70-year-old country icon joined goddaughter and Voice coach Miley Cyrus for a stunning a cappella performance of her mega-hit. »
- Rose Minutaglio
“I remember Dolly came out on set and played the 9 to 5 song for us on her fingernails. I just thought this movie is going to make it because that song will make it,” Tomlin tells People.
The 1980 hit comedy followed three working women living out their fantasies of getting even with their sexist boss.
Tomlin, who currently stars opposite Fonda in her Emmy-nominated role on the Netflix series Grace and Frankie, often keeps in touch with her 9 to »
Dolly Parton is a country music darling, Hollywood favorite, and all-around national treasure. With a career than spans 50 years, Dolly has composed over 3,000 songs, including memorable hits like "I Will Always Love You," "Jolene," and "Coat of Many Colors." In addition to her mesmerizing music career, Dolly has also charmed audiences with her roles in films like 9 to 5, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, and Steel Magnolias. We can also thank her for the iconic quip, "It takes a lot of money to look this cheap" - and don't even get us started on Dollywood. We're celebrating Dolly by looking back on her early life in pictures. We will always love you, Dolly. Related:These Covers of Dolly Parton's "Jolene" Are Beyond Compare10 Interesting Facts You Probably Never Knew About Dolly Parton »
- Brittney Stephens
Whether she's belting out ballads like "I Will Always Love You" or bitching about Pms in the form of a song, Dolly Parton demands - and deserves - your attention. The sassy, smart, and gifted country singer turned 71 this week, having written thousands of songs over the course of a career that's still going strong. To celebrate Dolly in all her Dollyness, we put together this 10-song playlist that shows off her many talents. If you only know "Jolene" and "I Will Always Love You," take half an hour to give yourself a Dolly Parton education. Just download the free Spotify software or app to listen, and follow Popsugar Entertainment on Spotify for even more playlists. Related:10 Interesting Facts You Probably Never Knew About Dolly PartonThese Covers of Dolly Parton's "Jolene" Are Beyond Compare9 to 5 Reunion! Dolly Parton Talks About Being on Grace and Frankie »
- Nancy Einhart
National treasure Dolly Parton turns 71 on Thursday, Jan. 19. There’s a long list of reasons why Dolly is forever No. 1 in our hearts — her wit, charm, benevolence — but first and foremost, it’s her music. As she’s grown into more of a cultural icon and celebrated personality, it can occasionally be difficult to remember that Parton is primarily an astonishingly talented musician. So we scoured the YouTube archives for some videos to prove just that. Enjoy.
“Appalachian Memories,” 1985:
Parton announces that the next song is “for all the hard-workin’ daddies” out there, which elicits a loud “wooo” from a member of the audience. »
This post originally appeared on Southern Living.
Dolly Parton is queen of many things—country music, big hair, and wisecracks, to name a few. And although she frequently claims she “isn’t in style,” we have to disagree—Dolly’s big hair and Southern look has become so iconic that she’s actually created one all for herself.
1. When it comes to personal style, more can be better.
Dolly Parton turns 71 on Thursday, and we couldn’t feel luckier to have her in our lives.
Ever since her 1960 debut album, Hello, I’m Dolly, the Tennessee-born singer has made a massive, boot-shaped footprint on the music industry, as well as just about every other industry (music, business, fashion). In addition to winning eight Grammy Awards over the course of her career, including a Lifetime Achievement Award, Parton has earned two Oscar nominations and five Golden Globe noms for her performance in the 1980 film 9 to 5, as well as in 1983’s The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. In 2016, she was »
- Maria Yagoda
Visiting People recently, the former ‘Nsync member revealed he and his 30-year-old hubby love to spend date nights out at live events.
“We love going to live events,” Bass, 37, explained. “I grew up on the road and have done a lot of concerts, so I like to share those experiences with friends and family.”
“ was the best concert ever,” Bass gushed. »
- Dave Quinn
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