Country singer Dolly Parton will continue having cosmetic surgery if she sees something ''sagging or bragging'' but says she doesn't want to look ''artificial''.
Dolly Parton will continue having cosmetic surgery if she sees something "sagging or bragging" - but doesn't want to look "artificial".
The 65-year-old singer has undergone numerous procedures in the past and believes her face now "maintains itself", though she won't rule out going under The Knife again in future.
She told Britain's ELLE magazine: "I never want to look like hell. As long as I've got the money, if I see something sagging, dragging or bagging, I'll go get nipped, tucked and sucked.
"That said, it's been years since I've had anything major done. Thanks to Botox and fillers, as well as the work that I've already had, my face pretty much maintains itself.
"I don't want to look too artificial .I try to do it in good taste. If it makes you feel better about yourself, why not?"
Dolly - who has been married to Carl Dean for 45 years - refuses to dress down when she is off stage because she always wants to look good for her husband.
She said: "I put on make-up every day, even if I'm at home, because I like to look good for my husband."