Dolly Parton has received her second Covid jab after donating $1million to help fund vaccine research for Covid-19.
The 9 to 5 singer, 75, took to social media to share that she had received her second dose of the vaccine.
On Instagram, Dolly shared a photo of herself with three health professionals in one image before a second saw her receive the dose.
The singer wore a butterfly patterned mask over her face but her trademark platinum blonde locks were visible.
She also wore a gold-coloured cardigan, with bejewelled butterfly-styled buttons to it, with a red patterned top beneath to match her red finger nails.
As usual, Dolly could be seen adorned with jewellery, including rings and bracelets.
Dolly captioned the snap: “Dolly gets a (second) dose of her own medicine.
The singer’s fans flooded the comments section with support and praise for Dolly.
One fan wrote: “Thank you, Dolly, for your life saving, generous and truly touching donation of a million dollars to help your fellow man. We are eternally grateful.”
“Another added to the chorus of support, penning: We don’t deserve you, Dolly!”
She had previously donated $1million (£814,000) to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, a partner of the US company Moderna that has developed a Covid-19 vaccine.
Dolly received her first jab at the beginning of March, saying at the time: “I am very happy that I am going to get my Moderna shot today and I wanted to get out there and tell everyone that you should do it.
“I even changed one of my songs to fit the occasion.”
From secret feuds and sexy scandals to the biggest showbiz headlines – we’re serving up a daily dose of gossip.
Get the inside scoop on all your favourite celebs with our daily newsletter delivered straight to your inbox for free.
You can sign up here.
After singing her new version of Jolene with the word vaccine throughout, Dolly added: “I am dead serious about the vaccine. If we want to get back to normal, that would be a great shot in the arm if we could get back to that.
“I just want to say to all those cowards out there, don’t be such a chicken squat. Go out there and get the shot.”
You heard Dolly, get vaccinated when you can!
Do you have a story to sell? Get in touch with us at [email protected] or call us direct 0207 29 33033.
Help us to become independent in PANDEMIC COVID-19. Contribute to diligent Authors.