People still can’t get over the Dolly Parton performance from Thanksgiving where she rocked quite the outfit dressed as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader.
The 77-year-old country icon rocked a low-cut crop top with a blue-and-white vest complete with white denim shorts and a bedazzled catsuit underneath.
Fans reacted to the singer’s jaw-dropping outfit on social media, with some calling the star a “national treasure.”
“Dolly Parton is 77 and hotter than me,” another tweeted.
The country music legend recently released a new rock album and performed some of her hit tracks including “9 to 5” and “Jolene”. The singer also belted out covers like “We Are the Champions” and “We Will Rock You.”
Parton has been known for making bold fashion choices over the years even before she became widely famous.
The singer has also been known for some of her stories behind the outfits she has showcased over the years.
In an interview with the Guardian, the music legend revealed that she based her over the top looks off of the “town tramp” a local woman who wore high heels and tight skirts.
“She was flamboyant. She had bright red lipstick, long red fingernails,” Parton told the outlet.
“She had high-heeled shoes, little floating plastic goldfish in the heels of them, short skirts, low-cut tops, and I just thought she was beautiful.”
When people would say, ‘She ain’t nothing but trash,’ I would always say, ‘Well, that’s what I’m gonna be when I grow up,” she added.
The legendary singer-songwriter also recalled how her preacher grandfather was not thriled about her appearance and would sometime punish her.
“I was willing to pay for it,” Parton stated.
“I’m very sensitive, I didn’t like being disciplined – it hurt my feelings so bad to be scolded or whipped or whatever. But sometimes there’s just that part of you that’s willing, if you want something bad enough, to go for it.”
Parton admitted that she has been proud of her looks though, and that she has “always been true to [herself].”