Playboy magazine reportedly wants to get Dolly Parton back on their cover to celebrate her upcoming 75th birthday.
The country legend first became their cover girl 40 years ago as she posed for an iconic 1978 issue in her early 30s.
According to TMZ, a Playboy executive said: ‘The magazine would love to shoot Dolly again, and she knows all she has to do is say the word, and it’s on!’
The report came weeks after Dolly recently revealed she would be up for posing for Playboy again.
During an appearance on the Scott Mills and Chris Stark show on BBC Radio 5 Live, Dolly insisted that any new Playboy shoot would have to be ‘in good taste’.
‘If I can do it in good taste and we’ll do it along with a really good interview inside,’ she said. ‘So yeah, we’ve talked about it.’
The 74-year-old previously appeared in the magazine rocking the famous black bunny suit with a bow-tie, cuffs, and bunny ears.
And in her 60 Minutes Australia interview earlier this year, the Jolene singer stated: ‘I plan to be on the cover of Playboy magazine again!
She added: ‘I thought it would be such a hoot. If they’ll go for it. I don’t know if they will.’
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