Now, Jennifer has finally responded to these NSFW comments.
Dolly Parton will be there for you!
"I just think it's cute", she added. With a script from Kristin Hahn and directed by Anne Fletcher, based on the book of the same name by author Julie Murphy, this comedy is a celebration of Dolly Parton (featuring her tunes new and old) with themes of friendship, love, and body image that almost any woman can find relatable. Her work. There's a subtext here in this profile that I hope eventually emerges into a louder declaration - if we're talking about benchmarks of success, don't forget that she's made a lot of money in this business, that she's using that financial power to get things made, that she's been more involved behind the scenes and in production that she's previously allowed us to see, and she's flexing that sh-t now.More news: Microsoft confirms Edge is moving to Chromium
Jennifer was asked about Dolly's remark during an interview with USA Today shortly after the programme aired, and admitted she was left gobsmacked by the quip.
Using her trademark humor, Parton added, "Joey probably had clap and syphilis, so I'd take him to the doctor". No one in the world can get away with saying anything like that about their partner on live television, except Dolly.
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In the film, Jennifer Aniston is shown to have a southern accent and it would be pretty exciting to hear her in that accent.
However, Jennifer dismissed the actualities of actually getting up to mischief with Dolly and Carl in the bedroom, insisting: "That was just talk-show fodder".
"I love her to death", Parton said of Aniston, 49, who stars in and produced the movie. Wasn't there was a version of the story that Jennifer Aniston was telling about herself that contributed to that narrative? "And then I laughed my (butt) off".
"Yesterday Dolly and I were doing press and somehow that came up", Aniston said.More news: James Comey arrives for testimony on Capitol Hill
The upcoming musical comedy film, Dumplin', is directed by Anne Fletcher and is based on the YA novel of the same name by Julie Murphy.