AceShowbiz - Dolly Parton is now officially on TikTok! The 76-year-old country music legend has finally launched her own profile on the video-sharing app and posted some hilarious clips to entertain her fans.
The music veteran made her debut on the social networking platform on Sunday, December 4. In her first post, which already has over three million views, she set a montage of some of her biggest moments and best looks from her career to her hit song, "9 to 5". "I have arrived! #heyitsdolly #dollytok," so she captioned the post.
Not stopping there, Dolly took her TikTok fun with more videos, one of which saw the "I Will Always Love You" singer sharing a supercut of herself giving multiple greetings with "9 to 5" played in the background. In the caption, she penned, "Hey TikTok! What did I miss? #heyitsdolly #dollytok."
DollyTok looked like it's going to bring some of the best content. Her account also featured a video of her doing the viral Dolly Parton challenge and another featuring a throwback clip. "Better late than never!" she wrote.
Just in time for the holidays, Dolly's most recent videos show her having some fun in the kitchen. The new Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member also used the opportunity to debut her new song titled "Berry Pie". "I like to cook, and I love to bake/ Bread and cookies and pies and cake," she sings on the track.
The song, released with SoundOn, TikTok's music marketing and distribution platform, is available exclusively on the social platform. It's "a sugary, down-home ditty that draws from traditional bluegrass styles," per a press release from TikTok. " 'Berry Pie' is the ideal soundtrack for holiday baking adventures–successes or blunders! Whether you're a professional patissier or attempting your first tart," the company added.
Dolly then challenged her followers to show off their #bakingblunders and encourages them to use her song "Berry Pie" in the process. She also uploaded a video where she playfully mixed up her signature Duncan Hines cake mix. "I've had my fair share of baking blunders, and the holidays are full of them! Share your holiday #bakingblunders with me using #berrypie," she captioned the post.