Dolly Parton has become one of the broadcasts of the music world. Her country music is widely regarded, and she has performed in many successful film careers over the years. Looking back on old interviews, it’s really amazing to see her become famous.
While Parton loved to share her talent, she didn’t want all the glamor and glamor of the Hollywood lifestyle. And she once said she never wanted a life like Elvis Presley. Here is what she said.
Dolly Parton didn’t grow up with a lot of money
Parton now has millions of dollars, but it certainly did not grow up with wealth. The star grew up in Tennessee with 11 sisters, and certainly helped her parents on the farm on which she grew up. And she started making money when she was only 10 years old.
“We had all our work on the farm, but my first money job was singing, at the age of 10,” she said. Reuters. “It was on the Cas Walker show down in Knoxville, Tennessee, and I would ride the bus to the radio station.”
While Parton admits she didn’t have much money growing up, she is grateful for the life experience now. And she said she was on television before her parents could even buy a TV.
“I think being poor has been good for me,” she said. “I saw how my mum and dad had a problem, and how they could stretch a dollar beyond what you can imagine. Even now, if I’m thinking of spending a lot of money on clothes or furniture, I think, ‘I can’t spend so much money on one thing; my poor old Daddy could raise his family five years on that! ‘ ”
Parton did not want to live as publicly as Elvis Presley did
After Parton gained wealth and fame, she was sought after as a musical artist and as an actress. But she made sure that she always kept parts of her personal life to herself. Her relationship with her husband remains a mystery, and there have been rumors that her husband is not there at all.
Back in 1980, she talked about her desire not to go too deep into the Hollywood way of life. “I don’t want to be a star if I don’t have a life,” she said Rolling Stone. “I don’t want to be like Elvis, who didn’t have a personal life. If I want to go out to a movie, I just go out to a movie. If I want to go out to supper, I’ll go out to supper, because I feel I have no reason to be afraid of the people. ”
“I think one of the big mistakes that celebrities make is that they think because they are so popular, it separates them and makes them gods instead of just individuals. lucky, ”she continued. “I feel sorry for many stars, and I hope and pray that I will never get it like that. ”
Parton almost allowed Presley to write a famous song
Parton may have mentioned Presley ‘s way of life in a 1980 interview, but both have a very interesting history. Presley wanted to cover Parton’s famous track, “I Will Always Love You. ”And she was delighted with the ability.
“I already had a No. 1 song, ‘I Will Always Love You. That was the most important copyright I had in my publishing company, ”she said Living and studying with Reba McEntire podcast. “So I was excited, I told everyone. They had let me know that Elvis was recording it and if I wanted to come to the studio. Elvis wanted to meet me and everything. ”
Unfortunately, Elvis wanted at least half of the publishing deal for the song to cover it. And Parton wasn’t okay with that. In the end, Parton didn’t let Elvis cover her song – and she was heartbroken.
“I shouted all night,” Parton recalled. “Oh, I was just drawing a picture of Elvis, like, singing it. And I know he liked Elvis … but it’s true. I said no. ”
Whitney Houston, who was the perfect singer for the track, was eventually awarded “I Will Always Love You”.
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