Dolly Parton thinks her boobs have made her career – Daily Ligger

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Welcome to the Daily Ligger: your morning stop-off to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.

Today’s top gossip:

Dolly Parton thinks her boobs are more famous than she is. The ‘9 To 5’ singer has even given them nicknames – Shock and Awe. The country warbler realises they have been a massive asset to her career and Parton joked: “They have served me well, I don’t know if I’m supporting them or they’re supporting me.” She then added: “I’ve always had nice ones. But of course I’ve had them jacked up a bit.” (The Sun)

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From the papers:

Dave Grohl from Foo Fighters flashing his pants at women. (Daily Mirror)

Britney Spears hanging outside a Hollywood dance studio in ripped fishnets and red knickers puffing on a fag. (Daily Record)

The Feeling dressed up as The Spice Girls at their G-A-Y gig at the Astoria London. (The Sun)

Indie slaters Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding swearing at photographers after glugging gallons of oriental rice wine at Nobu Berkley, London. (Daily Star)

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