Dolly Parton hasn't gotten the coronavirus vaccine yet, al het sy geskenk $  1 miljoen daarvoor

A newly 75-year-old Dolly Parton is eligible to be inoculated against Covid-19 but hasn’t gotten a shot yet, het sy aan CNN gesê, even though she geskenk $ 1 miljoen to vaccine development.

I’m going to get it, wel,” she said Thursday. “I didn’t want to jump line. I didn’t donate the money so I could be protected. I did it for everybody.
In typical Parton style, sy gave the seven-figure sum to help partly fund creation of the Moderna vaccine.
It was a sideline effort by the county music legend, not unlike another project Parton spoke about with CNN: reworking her famous song, “9 to 5,” as “5 to 9for website builder Squarespace’s Super Bowl ad.
    Inderdaad, the commercial centers around how many people have side gigs and are grinding beyond the usual office hours.
    “Ek dink, wel, why not?” she said of recasting the lyrics to one of her classics. “Jy weet, everybody knows the song as it is, but like me, so many people are working 9 aan 5 en 5 aan 9, all the time.
    Parton sings the new song in the Super Bowl commercial, which will air during the third quarter and was directed by Academy Award winner Damien Chazelle and choreographed by Tony Award winner Justin Peck.
    Parton’s planned Dolly fragrance is a client of Squarespace, which is helping her with a site to promote the perfume brand she’s long dreamed of.
    People have always followed me around, telling me how good I smell,” Parton told CNN. “I’ve always done just a combination of things, like some bath oils I use and a couple of perfumes I mix. So, I’ve come up with my own little smell that people just love.
    Her signature scent, sy het gese, is somethingvery soft and kind of has a little bit of musk, a very angelic smell.
    It’s kind of like ‘heaven scent’: S-C-E-N-T,” she joked.
    The legendary singer is excited about the upcoming Super Bowl ad but demurs at the notion she’d be a halftime show performer.
    Years ago, Katy Perry wanted Parton to appear with her when she performed at the Super Bowl, but Parton couldn’t because her husband was in poor health at the time. Being the featured halftime performer is a lot of work, Parton said, and more stress than she’d want to handlethough she’s not totally against it.
    It’s just always been a little more pressure than I’ve been willing to deal with through the years to do a whole thing on my own, but I’m sure eventually I probably will,” sy het gese. “Maar (the Squarespace ad) is a good way to do this where I’m not totally obligated.
      While she’s honored and flattered that people would want to pay her homage, Parton said, “I personally do not want that. I think that’s something that can be done after I’m dead and gone.

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