Flooding Susie’s Inbox

February 18, 2010

I think I’ve got it

Filed under: Uncategorized — sashyjane @ 4:41 pm

I’m fairly certain I’ve nailed down my life goal: to play Dolly in the movie of her life.  According to The Boot, she’s working on making a musical film (and later Broadway production) of her life. Sidebar: if Kellie Pickler plays her like the interviewer suggests, I will probably keel over and die from sheer horror.

Beautiful Dolly Parton

While I don’t quite have the look or voice, I’ve got a little time to hammer out those details before I portray one of the most influential women in all of music history.  Anybody know a good plastic surgeon? How about a vocal coach? Agent?



  1. I don’t really know who Kelli Pickler is, I’ve heard of her but know nothing about her. What I do know is that you’d be much more equipped to play Dolly!

    Comment by susiemaeday — February 21, 2010 @ 10:20 pm

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