The County Queen has spoken. Dolly Parton took to Twitter today to share a gorgeous throwback photo that ushered in the fall season.
Although fall has “technically” been underway for a month, now’s about the time when the leaves truly start changing. And we see those bright colors in the background of Parton’s throwback pic, which features her naked (but covered) in a wooden hot tub. The picture honestly channels all kinds of fall vibes, from the dark wood to the wide, colorful leaves.
And the country star looks comfortable as can be in that hot tub. Honestly, it’s where we all wanna be right now as the weather finally starts to cool.
Dolly Parton kept her caption for the post short, sweet, and to the point. “It’s Fall Y’all,” she wrote, along with a red leaf emoji. Thousands of people have already liked the throwback pic and retweeted it.
So, aside from chilling in a hot tub, how does Dolly Parton seem to be spending her fall days? By giving back through a benefit concert, of course.
Dolly Parton to Perform at Breast Cancer Benefit Concert
October, aside from being the epitome of fall vibes, is also breast cancer awareness month. And to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research, Dolly Parton will perform in a benefit concert on Saturday, Oct. 24.
The concert will take place at the Country Music Hall of Fame at the CMA Theatre. Proceeds from “Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye” will go to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Parton plans on contributing a special acoustic performance between her and Kent Wells, her musical director. The country star announced the concert on Twitter earlier this week.
“I am thrilled to be performing some of my greatest hits for such a worthy cause. Breast cancer has touched every single one of us in some capacity so I hope we can raise some good money and help fight this horrible disease, so bring your checkbooks!” Dolly Parton wrote in her caption.
According to the event website, this will be the country star’s first full show since she hit the road in 2016 for her Pure & Simple Tour. Tickets are on sale now, and they range from $165 to $1,100. All going to a good cause.
Paula Schneider, the President and CEO of Susan G. Komen said, “We are incredibly grateful to everyone involved in Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye and cannot wait for this fantastic show. Funds raised by this event will help us accelerate the pace of progress and ensure that everyone living with breast cancer today can get the care they need. Together, we can ensure that no one faces this disease alone.”