Dolly Parton isn’t ashamed of her cosmetic procedures, but there are a few that she regrets.
“If something is bagging, sagging or dragging, I’ll tuck it, suck it or pluck it,” the “9 to 5” singer said in a Saturday interview with Saga Magazine.
While the country music star is quick to turn to cosmetic procedures if she deems fit, Parton also said that she regrets taking some a little too far.
“Every now and then you’ll get a hematoma, or sometimes with fillers and Botox you can get too much and have to wait till the swelling goes down to look normal again,” Parton, 77, told the magazine.
“It means that instead of being back at work in two weeks, it’s a month.”
Last month, Parton hit on how careful she is not to “overdo” the procedures lately.
“I try to do just little bits at a time — I don’t do like really big stuff. I do fillers, Botox, Juvéderm,” she said on “The Howard Stern Show.“
“Only when I have to do something a little more, and even then, I try to be careful.”
Parton chalked up her successful procedures to finding “the best doctors.”
“You’ve just got to be very careful not to overdo it because you never know, anytime you go under the knife you could come out looking not good,” she told Stern.
“It’s always a risk and every time I go in for anything I think ‘Oh Lord, please let this all work out fine.’”
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Speaking on why she has turned to cosmetic surgeries in the past, Parton told Saga that she had previously “lost a lot of confidence” from gaining weight.
“Any time you don’t look good, you don’t feel as good about yourself. So, I finally said, ‘Get off your fat ass and do something about it!’”
The country music legend — who turns 78 in just under a month — recently showed off her ageless form on stage at the Dallas Cowboys halftime performance.
Parton wowed not only the crowd but fans and celebrities alike sporting a teeny Cowboys cheerleading outfit.
Lala Kent called the “Jolene” songstress “really hot” as she watched the performance, while Christie Brinkley thinks that Parton should be featured on Sports Illustrated.
“Whoever had the nerve to suggest that the one and only Dolly Parton should dress her age, should sit down! You should know you can’t define an icon like Dolly Parton by a number!” Brinkley wrote, adding, “Maybe [Sports Illustrated] is next?”