Dolly Parton is talks to pose for Playboy for her 75th birthday.The '9 To 5' singer reaches the milestone in January and has revealed she may appear on the front cover of the iconic magazine - which she previously appeared in in 1978 - but insists it would have to be in "good taste".Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live's Scott Mills & Chris Stark Show, she said: "Yeah, I just might do it. If I can do it in good taste and we’ll do it along with a really good interview inside. So, yeah, we’ve talked about it."Meanwhile, Dolly previously revealed she feels like she's "just getting started" in the music business.The music icon released her debut album, 'Hello, I'm Dolly', back in 1967 - but she's now insisted that her passion for making and performing music remains as strong as ever.Dolly shared: "I'm touched and honoured that I'm still around and that I'm able to still be important in the business. I honestly feel like I'm just getting started. I know that sounds crazy but I really feel like I might have a big music career, record career. Who knows? ... Even though my daddy didn't get an education, my daddy was really smart in making deals and bargaining and how he raised a family like he did."Dolly was raised in modest surroundings in Tennessee, but she has always been proud of her upbringing and where she's come from.Reflecting on her upbringing, Dolly - who has also achieved significant success as an actress - explained: "I would trade nothing for being brought up in the Great Smoky Mountains. I've never been ashamed of my people no matter how poor or dirty we might have been. I've always loved being from where I am, and having the folks that I've had."
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