On May 6, Dolly Parton got a visit from radio talk-show host and TV personality Andy Cohen at her Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Together, the pair discussed various topics as part of Sirius XM’s “Town Hall with Dolly Parton.”
Sitting comfortably in a couple of rocking chairs in the park’s Dreamsong Theater, the two big personalities’ hilarious chemistry shined during a creative game of “Dollywood or Dollywoodn’t.”
Andy — host of Sirius XM channel, “Radio Andy” — instructed the Smokey Mountain Songbird to flip a double-sided wooden sign over in order to reveal her answers to his hypothetical questions.
And, it just so happens that Dolly would sell the rights to her music to you for $1 billion, as seen in the clip above.
Rotating the sign, Dolly admitted that she would star in a reality show if she was given that chance. But, when asked if she’d ever collaborate with rapper Kanye West, she was on the fence. And, when it came to whether or not she would ever “smoke a joint” with fellow country star Willie Nelson, Dolly got quiet with a blush.
While, she wouldn’t open up about the Red Headed Stranger question, it’s clear that the 70-year-old songstress is on a high — of success that is. Not only is she embarking on a long awaited extensive North American tour of 60 cities across the U.S. and Canada, but she is also releasing a follow up to her NBC movie “Coat of Many Colors,” called “Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love.”