From Time Magazine:

When photographer Henry Horenstein photographed Dolly Parton in 1972 he was bold enough to question her choice in clothing. So profound was his respect for her music, Horenstein wondered why Parton often dressed in over-the-top costumes for performances. Her answer was simple: “People don’t come out to see me looking like everybody else.”

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