Thursday morning, Dolly Parton ventured into the womb of FoxNews“Fox & Friends”, hotbed of propaganda and disinformation, in order to set the record straight on his decision to decline his probable nomination to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
“Well, I didn’t exactly feel good about it,” she said during an interview on the show with James Patterson, co-author of her new book “Run, Rose Run.” “Because my perception, and I think most Americans’ perception — I just feel like it’s more for rock music people. I’ve been educated since then, saying it’s more than that, but I still didn’t feel good about it. It would be like putting AC/DC in the Country Music Hall of Fame. It just seemed a little out of place to me.
She also opened up about her decision to dedicate her participation in the ACM Awards to the people of Ukraine, although she recently said she’d rather “have a kidney stone” than do politics.
“Well, it’s not political, it’s a humanitarian issue there,” she replied. “And I just knew we were all going to have a great time that night while all these poor people in Ukraine were hurting and being lost and going through all kinds of hell. So, I felt it was right for me to say something about it.
The Rock Hall has yet to comment on how it plans to handle the issue if Parton is indeed elected, but Variety has some suggestions here.