Dolly Parton Plastic Surgery Before and After

Dolly Parton was born on January 19, 1946. She started her career as a songwriter and gained further success when she pursued her own singing career with the release of her debut album Hello, I’m Dolly in 1967. During the 1970s, she cemented her fame with the 1973 hit single “Jolene”. She then wrote and performed the song “I Will Always Love You”, earning her wider stardom. This is also the same song that brought Whitney Houston to international spotlight.

Aside from her musical career, Dolly Parton is also a prolific film actress. She has starred in the movies 9 to 5, which was her movie debut, Rhinestone, and Steel Magnolias. In 1982, she starred in the movie The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Her acting was highly praised, leading her to receive a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. Even with her acting career, Dolly Parton remained active as a singer-songwriter. She had a downturn in the 1990s but she continued making music in the 2000s and ultimately revived her singing career. Just recently, she released her latest album – Run, Rose, Run.

Has Dolly Parton had Plastic Surgery?

Yes. Plenty of times. Dolly Parton is one of the few celebrities in Hollywood who’s okay with plastic surgery and admitting to having it to the public. In her interviews, she shares how she improves her appearance through plastic surgery. “My look is really based on a country girl’s idea of glam. I wasn’t naturally pretty, so I make the most of anything I’ve got. I’m not a natural beauty, but I can enhance it. Whatever it takes, I do. I try to make the most of everything,” said Dolly Parton.

So what cosmetic procedures has she done throughout the years? According to her plastic surgeon, Dolly Parton has had breast augmentation, breast implants, a brow lift, eyelids surgery, a nose job, and chin implants. When doing a before-and-now comparison, it is apparent how Dolly Parton’s face has changed. Paired with heavy make-up, she looks like a different person from when she started her career in the 1960s. The acclaimed singer-songwriter is now in her 70s.

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