The country star was involved in a minor car crash.
Singer Dolly Parton has suffered minor injuries in a traffic collision that occurred at a Nashville intersection on Monday, report the police and Parton herself. The driver of another vehicle was blamed for failing to yield to Parton's SUV in which she sat in the passenger seat, according to Nashville police, via CNN.
Dolly Has Suffered Minor Injuries After A Road Accident.
The driver of the Nissan Xterra that Parton was riding in has been identified as 68 year-old Judy Ogle, Dolly's close friend. The driver of the other car - a Mitsubishi Diamante - that was also involved in the crash has been named as Diane Lish, 64, of Tennessee. She was taken to another hospital for treatment but none of the injuries inflicted to the parties involved were serious.
Luckily, The Accident Was Neither Dolly Nor Judy's Fault.
"I was in a fender bender this morning here in Nashville, but I am all good... Just a little tired and sore. Resting at home now!" the country star tweeted. She and Ogle were reportedly taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries, the police report said. Dolly's stoic tweet was met by an outpouring of support from her Twitter followers, all wishing her the best of health.
The smash hasn't taken the wind out of the 67 year-old's sales as she followed that tweet with an announcement that she would be embarking on a tour of Europe as part of her 'Blue Smoke World Tour' next June and July.
Onwards & Upwards...
The Country Music Hall of Fame member, who has sold over 100 million records worldwide, showed off her rapping skills during the airing of Queen Latifah's TV show last night (21st October). In a clip, Dolly is shown 'dissing' her famous goddaughter Miley Cyrus by rapping "Hey Miley, I've got your wrecking balls right here!" whilst pointing at her own chest as well as rhyming "working" with "twerking."
Dolly is said to be out of hospital and home safe now.