Doggy Parton wins over country star, Dolly
7 July 2014 news
Dolly, who played Glastonbury this month, is continuing to secure her place in the hearts of UK country music fans. The crowd at Glastonbury specifically watching Dollyâ€™s performance reached over 150,000 people. The BBC has also reported that the largest viewing audience ever of Glastonbury tuned in to see Dolly take the stage during their live broadcast. But when Glastonbury ended and the music fans headed home, workers were shocked to find a fluffy white dog was left behind in one of the tents. Workers immediately named it Dolly and as the media became aware and asearch for the dogsâ€™ home began, the dog was renamed Doggy Parton. Now Dolly Parton has stated that she plans to adopt the dog provided the original owners are not found: â€œI had my manager Danny Nozell call the Happy Landings Animal Shelter to make sure the dog is being treated and cared for properly,â€ says Dolly Parton. â€œAt this time, nobody has claimed the dog and the dog is in great hands at the shelter. I will take the dog home to America if nobody claims her within a reasonable amount of time.â€ The legendary lady shows no signs of slowing down as her latest UK album release BLUE SMOKE â€“ THE BEST OF BRINGS brings Dolly to her all-time highest chart position landing at number four in its fourth week of release. Dolly originally entered the chart at number 6, which at the time, was her highest ever album chart position.