Parton, who reportedly suffers from minor injuries following 'fender bender' in Nashville, tells her Twitter followers that she feels 'a little tired and sore.'
Dolly Parton thankfully is fine after being involved in a fender bender in Nashville on Monday, October 21. After the collision, the 67-year-old singer took to Twitter to tell her fans that she was resting at home. "I was in a fender bender this morning here in Nashville, but I am all good... Just a little tired and sore. Resting at home now!" she wrote.
Previously, Parton's longtime friend Judy Ogle was behind the wheel when the vehicle was hit by another car, a representative for the Nashville PD told TMZ. The country star was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and released later with minor injuries. The police said that Ogle was not at fault.
In other news, Parton recently rapped and made reference to Miley Cyrus on "The Queen Latifah Show". In a preview video which was uploaded a few days ago, Parton can be seen wearing a fitted dress and leggings. She also donned a blonde afro and gold chains.
"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," she rapped about her "Joyful Noise" co-star. "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. Parton's appearance on the show airs on Monday.