Earlier this week, actress Sandra Bullock made headlines after showing off her rap skills on a British TV show. Now, singer/songwriter/actress Dolly Parton follows the "Gravity" star's footstep by rapping on "The Queen Latifah Show".
Before the performance began, host Queen Latifah introduced Parton as "one of the baddest rappers in the game." The 67-year-old crooner then appeared in a black skin-tight outfit and a platinum blonde afro wig.
Parton can be heard laying verses about her "Joyful Noise" co-star Latifah. She rapped, "Queen Latifah, she da queen/ Of hip-hop, rap, TV and screen/ She da queen of her own hood/ But I'm the queen of Dollywood, yo."
The "Jolene" singer also made fun of her own breasts and made references to goddaughter Miley Cyrus. "Now I don't hip and I don't hop/ I'd black both eyes with this big top," she rapped while pointing at her assets.
"I know the Queen has got 'em too/ But she don't work 'em like I do/ Whoo, look at them go/ I'm tweaking them/ I'm working, I'm twerking/ Hey, Miley, I have your wrecking ball right here!" she continued.
"Video: Watch me twerk it with @IAMQUEENLATIFAH on Monday! ;)," Parton then tweeted about her rap performance. The full episode of Parton's appearance on "The Queen Latifah Show" will air on Monday, October 21. During the episode, Parton will also promote her new Christmas film that arrives in the U.S. on November 9, "A Country Christmas Story".