The country music legend, who is known to have donated $ 1 million to fund Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine, finally “got a dose of her own medicine” on Tuesday, clad in a sparkling blue long sleeve Top with perfectly placed armholes that made it unnecessary to roll up her sleeves.
« Dolly with the perfect vaccine outfit! » One Twitter user exclaimed while another wrote, “Let Our Lady Dolly finally find a use for these cold shoulder sweaters.”
« Dolly Parton is getting the vaccine she funded AND is wearing a top that she doesn’t have to adjust to get the shot is utterly iconic, « added a third.
Ladies, it’s time to bring back the cut-out shoulder top. Let’s wear them to our vaccination appointments à la Dolly. https://t.co/i7PgyCkcFO
Another fan suggested 75-year-old Parton add similar shock-friendly tops to her merch store and asked, « Where can I buy a Dolly branded shot shirt? »
While the singer « 9 through 5 » never specifically stated why she always wears long sleeves, her penchant for covering her arms has led some to speculation that she might be secretly covered in tattoos. </ "I have some tattoos, that's right," Parton told People in 2020. "But they're tasteful … My tattoos are pretty, they're artistic, and they've usually started covering a scar, not a big one To make a statement. "
While she was being vaccinated, the superstar even gave her hit » Jolene « a special touch and sang: » Vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, I beg you, please don’t hesitate … because once you’re dead, that’s it. » a little bit too late. «
Parton added, » I just want to say to all of you cowards out there, don’t be such a squat. Get out there and get your shot. “
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