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Dolly Parton starts her own TV station

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Dolly Parton shared some exciting news. The country singer recently shared that she plans to start a network. She will be following in the footsteps of Oprah Winfrey and Chip and Joanna Gaines as she moves forward with the project. Here’s what Parton shared about their plans.

Parton spoke about her career and future projects in an interview with forbes. During the interview, she revealed her plans to start a network. “Well actually I’m hoping to start my own network and actually have movies and other programs on it, so that’s something in the future,” says Parton.

A film Parton is working on is based on a film Run, Rose, run, her book with author James Patterson. She also released an album of the same title based on the book last year.

Parton has appeared in many films and television shows over the years. She is known for performing The Porter Wagoner Show from 1967 to 1975. Since then, however, the country singer has been part of many other productions.

After singing with Porter Wagoner, Parton appeared in an episode of the television series Captain Kangaroo. In 1980 she made her film debut in the classic film 9 to 5 alongside Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dabney Coleman. It followed The best little brothel in Texas two years later starring Burt Reynolds. Some of Parton’s other productions include appearances in A smoky mountain Christmas, Steel magnolias, Unlikely Angel, Happy sound, Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic Christmasand more.

Parton says she is happy with her life at the moment. She tells Forbes that her life is getting better with time.

“My life just keeps getting better,” Parton tells Forbes. “I’m getting older, but I don’t feel it and I don’t work on it. I’m just trying to still work like I did when I was young, but life has been good to me. I am very blessed and have always wondered what life would be like if I were successful in my work and how people would view me in my later years – and now I’m here and it’s nice to know that I am still seems important in the world and i can still do some things to try to make life a little bit better if i can.

Parton says her trip was great. She can’t imagine what she would do differently professionally than being a country singer. “It’s been a great journey,” Parton continues. “It’s had its ups and downs, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything. I don’t know what else I would do if not that.”

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