Next, the singer-songwriter poked fun at couples that have found it difficult to quarantine with their significant others. Parton performed an acoustic, at-home rendition of Rogers’ song “Sweet Music Man” for Wednesday night’s “CMT Giants” memorial concert special. What? ", Digital Dussehra: What OTT platforms have in store, Nushrratt on starring in Hansal Mehta's film, Kangana says she was judged for hailing from Himachal Pradesh, Dolly Parton writes coronavirus quarantine-themed poem: 'This too shall pass'. A post shared by Dolly Parton (@dollyparton) on Jan 21, 2020 at 10:02am PST Legendary singer Dolly Parton posted a meme on social media, accidentally creating a viral challenge.

For reprint rights: Syndications Today. The Jolene singer then pokes fun at couples who have found it difficult to quarantine with their significant others. Well, tell him to kiss my assets goodbye because they're dwindling to nothing. My accountant's calling? She captioned the post as, "A poem for all of you! "This too shall pass, as all things will.
Sign up here. ", She shouts, "Can you hold it down in there? The 74-year-old singer shared a video on Instagram on Thursday in which she can be seen reciting a poem on quarantine and social distancing. The 74-year-old singer shared a video on Instagram on Thursday in which she can be seen reciting a poem on quarantine and social distancing. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. A post shared by Dolly Parton (@dollyparton) on Apr 9, 2020 at 1:00pm PDT. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, Dolly Parton writes quarantine-themed poem: This too shall pass, A post shared by Dolly Parton (@dollyparton), Coronavirus: Dua Lipa urges people to donate to UNICEF for underprivileged children, Coronavirus scare: Bollywood comes together to create awareness around Covid-19. The video features her sitting as she faces the camera and begins the clip by shouting to someone off-screen, feigning in-home chaos. She recites, "And all those lovin' couples that were once so sweet and cozy, now the fight like cats and dogs, like Donald and Pelosi. "Can you hold it down in there? Dolly Parton is putting her legendary songwriting skills to use to entertain fans during quarantine. DOLLY PARTON DONATES $1 MILLION TO CORONAVIRUS RESEARCH AFTER LEARNING ABOUT 'EXCITING ADVANCEMENTS'.

Lord, get us back to school and get us back to work, and get us out of this God dang house 'fore someone gets hurt. And the teens and tweens, they're just plain mean, they bite your bleepin' head off," she says. Parton then turns to face the camera directly, telling viewers she's written a poem about the ongoing crisis. I'm trying to do a video in the studio," she shouts. All rights reserved. Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. ©2020 FOX News Network, LLC. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. All rights reserved. Dolly Parton is putting her legendary songwriting skills to use to entertain fans during quarantine..

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My accountant's calling? The country singer then turns to face the camera directly, telling viewers she's written a poem about the ongoing crisis. "This too shall pass, as all things will / if the virus don't kill us, the stay at home will / the kids are bored and restless / they scream and yell and squawk / and the teens and tweens, they're just plain mean / they bite your bleepin' head off," she began.
She captioned the post as, "A poem for all of you! But didn't people die? ©2020 FOX News Network, LLC. I'm trying to do a video in the studio. Photo posted on Instagram by Dolly Parton. Washington D.C.[USA], April 10 (ANI): American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton is putting her legendary songwriting skills to use to entertain fans during the COVID-19 outbreak. Dolly Parton is tucking everyone in with her bedtime stories video series Goodnight With Dolly, and now she's penned a poem for those who are tired of staying at home.

Washington D.C.[USA], April 10 (ANI): American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton is putting her legendary songwriting skills to use to entertain fans during the COVID-19 outbreak. The country icon, 74, shared a video on Instagram on Thursday of herself reciting a coronavirus social distancing-themed poem. ", ALSO READ: Coronavirus: Dua Lipa urges people to donate to UNICEF for underprivileged children, ALSO WATCH: Coronavirus scare: Bollywood comes together to create awareness around Covid-19, Migrant workers' deaths: Govt says it has no data. Well, tell him to kiss my assets goodbye because they're dwindling to nothing. American singer and songwriter Dolly Parton is putting her songwriting skills to use to entertain fans during the novel coronavirus outbreak. The video features her sitting as she faces the camera and begins the clip by shouting to someone off-screen, feigning in-home chaos. American singer and songwriter Dolly Parton is putting her songwriting skills to use to entertain fans during the novel coronavirus outbreak. No, you can't put a mask on a turtle!".

In the video, Parton sits facing the camera and begins the clip by shouting to someone off-screen, feigning in-home chaos. Here is a list, Spotlight On Pangong, China build-up now clear in Depsang, Is 2020 the worst year for civilisation? Here’s what historians say, NCB summons Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor, Rafale squadron’s 1st woman pilot is Varanasi’s Flt Lt Shivangi Singh, Rhea Chakraborty, brother Showik to stay in jail till Oct 6, judicial custody extended, Watch: Rafale fighter jets conduct familiarisation sorties over Ladakh region, NCB to send summons to Deepika Padukone in drug probe linked to Sushant death: Sources, PM Modi to chair Covid review meeting with CMs of seven high-burden states, Copyright © 2020 Living Media India Limited. "And all those lovin' couples that were once so sweet and cozy / now the fight like cats and dogs, like Donald [Trump] and [Nancy] Pelosi," she recited. All market data delayed 20 minutes. If the virus don't kill us, the stay at home will. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Jesse Slack performs his parody of Dolly Parton's hit Jolene titled Quarantine. ", Parton then wishes for a vaccine, "And Lord, please find a vaccination in the form of a shot or a pill, 'cause if the virus don't kill us, the staying home will." Concluding the video, Parton sighes and jokes, "I got things to do. There are no shortage of apps and sites that you can use to make your own Dolly Parton challenge meme. Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines for April 9, recently paid tribute to her late friend and fellow country music legend, Why 'The Rock' is endorsing THIS candidate, Marge Champion, actress, dancer and Snow White model, dead at 101, Chelsea Handler says she'll pay 50 Cent's taxes if he drops Trump support, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood cover 'Shallow' from 'A Star Is Born’ for his upcoming album, ‘Fun’, Kimberly Van Der Beek says she was ‘so done’ with California while detailing 36-acre Texas compound, Sophia Loren on returning to acting after a long hiatus: ‘I wanted to be inspired and challenged’, Christina Anstead says she's choosing 'peace' over 'nonsense' amid Ant Anstead split news.

The kids are bored and restless, they scream and yell and squawk.

Like many others, Parton then wished for a vaccine. Welcome to the Dolly Parton challenge that her fellow famous people were quick to hop on.

No, you can't put a mask on a turtle!". The "9 to 5" singer recently paid tribute to her late friend and fellow country music legend Kenny Rogers from the same studio. "Lord, get us back to school and get us back to work / and get us out of this God dang house 'fore someone gets hurt.". "What? ", Parton then resumed her original charade, shouting off-camera: "Stop it about the toilet paper! ", The video ends as Parton sighs and jokes, "I got things to do.". The 74-year-old singer shared a video on Instagram on Thursday (local time), while she recited a coronavirus social distancing-themed poem. A video of the performance shows her singing in a chair surrounded by candles as she plays guitar and sings the song.

or redistributed. DOLLY PARTON TO READ BEDTIME STORIES OVER THE INTERNET. "And Lord, please find a vaccination in the form of a shot or a pill / 'cause if the virus don't kill us, the stayin' home will.