Dolly Partons sister slams critics of Dallas Cowboys outfit in expletive rant

Dolly Parton, 77, the country music legend, dazzled fans with her stunning outfit during a halftime show at ATandT Stadium in Dallas.

The country music legend was sure to turn heads in white hot pants, a cropped blue top, along with a tiny waistcoat, and a matching belt with the Cowboy’s team’s signature blue stars on them.

The Jolene hitmaker whose belly button was covered with a large diamante star, proudly showed off her age-defying figure.

Despite some critics saying she was “too old” for such attire, Dolly’s sister Stella defended her on X, formerly known as Twitter.

She said: “I personally thought my big sister Dolly was cute as hell in her Dallas Cowboys cheerleading costume at the halftime show on Thanksgiving.”

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Stella ended her tweet with a sharp message for those criticising her viewpoint.

“To those of you being so critical of a 77-year-old kicking up her heels, I say f**k yourself,” she vented. “

“Shame on you, not her.”

Her fans were quick to support Stella’s strong words, showering her with praise in the replies.

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The singer-songwriter acknowledged the positive feedback, saying: “I wanna thank all of you for the positive comments on my post yesterday about my big sister Dolly.

“Watching the motorcade for Former First Lady Rosalyn Carter this morning I wept! America is only as good as its people. The Carters will certainly be missed. I love them!”

Last month, Dolly revealed how her granddad used to “scold and whip” her because of her clothing choices.

In her upcoming book Behind the Seams: My Life in Rhinestones, where she talks about the various outfits she’s worn throughout her successful career, Dolly confessed that she started dressing up at a young age.

She shared that her mum used to make her dresses out of sacks, including a “coat of many colours” made from sewn-together fabric scraps. But her grandfather, a local preacher, was far from pleased with her attire.

Dolly told The Guardian how he physically punished her for the clothes she chose to wear.

She confessed: “I was willing to pay for it. I’m very sensitive, I didn’t like being disciplined. It hurt my feelings so bad to be scolded or whipped or whatever.

“But sometimes there’s just that part of you that’s willing, if you want something bad enough, to go for it.”

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