Dolly Parton Rocks Tight Black Leather Jumpsuit & Red Studs

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Dolly Parton rocked a tight black leather jumpsuit and red studs. The country legend made quite the statement at the 2022 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. She showed up to the event after initially turning down the honor.

Dolly decided to cement in her new rock and roll status in a big way. She performed her hit song “Jolene,” which is well-known among each generation. Dolly also got some help from her fellow musicians. Annie Lennox, Brandi Carlile, Pat Benatar, and Sheryl Crow joined her onstage.

Pop star Pink inducted Dolly into the Hall of Fame. It was a big moment for the country musician who inspired many others throughout her career.

Dolly Parton [WJHL | YouTube]
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Dolly Parton embraces her Rock & Roll status

Per Rolling Stone, the Zac Brown Band served as Dolly Parton’s band throughout her performance. They backed her for “Jolene” and for the other musicians that were there. Sheryl Crow joined Dolly for a special performance of “9 to 5” and Brandi and Pink joined her for the song “Coat of Many Colors.”

Dolly Parton is embracing her Rock and Roll status. She looked confident as she wore a tight black shiny leather jumpsuit that featured tiny silver chains and red and white rhinestones. Dolly also made sure that her Superstrat heavy-metal black guitar was decked out in matching jewels as well. Her signature blonde hair was styled in the updo that she’s worn over the years.

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At first, Dolly didn’t feel that she belonged in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She asked to be removed from her status. Her name trended on Twitter because of her statement. Fans couldn’t believe how humble the legendary singer-songwriter was about her new accolade.

Why the “Jolene” singer bowed out

Thankfully, Dolly Parton eventually came around and accepted it. She told NPR that she would “accept gracefully.” Dolly just had one requirement for her big performance on Saturday night. She wanted to perform alongside her famous friends.

Dolly Parton At 2022 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame [Screenshot: Twitter]
[Screenshot: Twitter]
Dolly also made her entrance into the rock world with her new song “Rockin’,” which she performed with the Zac Brown Band. The pop culture icon wanted to make sure she looked the part and sounded the part of a rockstar. This is a once-in-a-lifetime night since Dolly quit touring the country.

“If I’m going to go in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, I’m going to have to earn it,” Dolly Parton told the audience. “And you thought I couldn’t rock and roll.”

This comes amid rumors that Dolly may release her first-ever rock album. She will still play concerts, but she won’t headline a major tour. The 2022 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees included Carly Simon, Duran Duran, Eminem, Eurythmics, Lionel Richie, and Pat Benatar. The show will stream on Saturday, November 19 on HBO Max.

What are your thoughts on Dolly Parton’s tight black leather jumpsuit and red studs? Do you think she looked the part of a rockstar? Do you think the honor was well-deserved? Sound off below in the comment section.

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