Dolly Parton Plants Kiss on Santa’s Cheek in Sweet Christmas Photo

by Joe Rutland

Dolly Parton was doing her best to take requests from her fans as she had a very important meeting with Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.

Parton shared a quick photo of her and Santa making their plans and checking them twice on Instagram.

As you can tell, Santa Claus wanted to keep anything Parton was telling him on the down-low. This photo was taken before he made his rounds around the world just a few hours later.

The country music singer-songwriter is no slacker when it comes to Christmas. Nope, not this multiple-award-winning artist.

Dolly Parton Admits She Loves Christmas Trees

Meanwhile, the country queen goes all out when decorating for the holiday season. Appearing on “Ellen” in 2018, Parton says her home is full of Christmas trees and other holiday decorations.

“I have a lot of rooms in my house, and I have a Christmas tree in every one of them,” she says. “They’re all different sizes. I have different houses. I have a lake house and we decorate it with the theme of that, with water. Christmas is all about the kids.”

Parton very much loves Christmas and says the holiday spirit always seems to find its way to her. She put out “A Holly Dolly Christmas,” a Christmas music album, to the delight of her millions of fans.

Parton Stays Busy With Christmas-Themed Projects

On the album, she is joined by a who’s who of music stars including Miley Cyrus, Willie Nelson, and Michael Bublé. She put out a Christmas movie on Netflix called “Christmas on the Square.” Additionally, she did a television special also titled “A Holly Dolly Christmas,” which aired earlier this month on CBS. Parton performed on a sparse, candlelit set.

“When Dolly Parton calls and tells you she wants to do a Christmas show, you don’t hesitate,” Jack Sussman, executive vice president of specials, music and live events for CBS, said of the special.

For her part, Parton recently said she planned to spend the holiday with a few relatives in Nashville and the rest of the family via FaceTime and Zoom.

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