The Dolly Parton Challenge
Dolly Parton rocked the internet again as the new Meme Queen. It all began when our Country legend shared a post via her Instagram account of four photos she’ll pick for her LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder profiles. Each photo was handpicked and customized to suit the design and objectives of each social media platform.
With the endless creative juices coursing through her veins, Dolly Parton aptly tweeted, “Get a woman who can do it all.” It’s a message about versatility meant to empower not just herself but also her followers. Once the post went live, Twitter was quick to pick a catchy trend, hence the #dollypartonchallenge on our feed lately.
Get you a woman who can do it all 😉 pic.twitter.com/sG4OHpVgxM
— Dolly Parton (@DollyParton) January 21, 2020
Nobody Wanted to Be Left Off the Wagon
With numerous celebrities, brands, and pets doing the #dollypartonchallenge, Country artists were also on board for the trend. Reba McEntire who’s every bit a Country Queen posted her version. Rising female country singer, Miranda Lambert did the same. Seasoned Country artists like Clint Black, Sara Evans, and LeAnn Rimes also played along.
The trend gets more interesting with the following examples from Cosmo to National Park Service.
Doug the Pug
The lovely Kitten wanted to participate in the #dollypartonchallenge too! How did he do? pic.twitter.com/0JRK71Vcdi
— Simon's Cat (@SimonsCat) January 24, 2020
National Park Service
The parks can do it all! Which one do you best relate to?
P.S. The NPS is actually not on tinder. Keep swiping. But we can still be friends?!
#FindYourPark #dollypartonchallenge pic.twitter.com/D0nnsL1wzb
— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) January 23, 2020
Loretta Lynn took part in Dolly Parton’s viral challenge, and her response beats us all.
Dolly Parton has not given any statement yet about the fun-filled craze she started. Her now dubbed, #dollypartonchallenge exceeded the popularity of other online trends like the #10yearchallenge. As for Parton’s goddaughter, Miley Cyrus, she added in her caption that trend aside, Dolly Parton‘s collage post was also meant as a shoutout for other social media platforms that Parton barely even uses.
Clint Black, Dolly Parton, LeAnn Rimes, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Sara Evans