Dolly Parton has debunked keto and gummi ads circulating on Facebook that she appears to endorse.
In a social media post from representatives of the Islands in the Stream singer, better known as Team Dolly, they revealed that the 77-year-old doesn’t lead campaigns for keto or CBD gummies.
The post states, “Dolly Parton is not affiliated with, endorsed, or affiliated with any keto or CBD gummies.
“She’s more of the cake, cookie, and cornbread type.”
Recently, multiple ads were posted on Facebook by scammers aiming for Dolly to endorse various CBD gummies for treating dementia.
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Speaking of which, reps for the 77-year-old country star, known as Team Dolly, shared a post on social media clearing up the rumours
Her reps have clarified that the 9-to-5 singer has not done any such thing.
Fact-checking website Snopes shared an article in December tracking down the source of the ads as scammers using the country music star’s name.
They also found photos resembling Fox News ads to entice people to click.
In the article, the company wrote, “A simple search of Facebook revealed that scammers were using Parton’s image and likeness without authorization.”
Taking advantage of the situation, Team Dolly shared that she’s a willing lover of cakes, cookies, and cornbread.
The beauty has teamed up with Duncan Hines Baked Goods for a limited edition Dolly Parton Baking Collection.
It includes Dolly Parton’s Caramel Turtle Brownie Mix, Dolly Parton’s Fabulously Fudgy Brownie Mix, and Dolly Parton’s Sweet Cornbread & Muffin Mix, among others.
The Jolene singer also shared the news that she has sung a cover of the Beatles’ Let It Be with Paul McCartney for her upcoming album Rock Star.
Not for her: The post said, “She’s more of the cake, cookie, and cornbread type.”
In other news, during Rachael Ray’s show, she announced that she will be singing a duet of The Beatles’ “Let It Be” with Paul McCartney for her new album, Rock Star
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During an appearance on Rachael Ray, the superstar broke the exciting news about their latest duet.
She said, “I have a lot of wonderful iconic songs that people love and wonderful iconic singers that join me.”
Dolly also confirmed she sang with Elton John on one of his songs for her 49th studio album – which will definitely feature Stevie Nicks, Annie Lennox, Joan Jett, Steve Perry, Steven Tyler and John Fogerty.
The Joyful Noise actress also revealed that her famous goddaughter, Miley Cyrus, will be appearing on the new album. “We’ll definitely have them with us.”
Sir Paul: Paul McCartney will be one of several legendary guest singers on Dolly’s latest album; The former Beatles performed at the Glastonbury Music Festival in 2022
A family affair: The blonde beauty also said her famous goddaughter Miley Cyrus will also be on the album
More legends: Stevie Nicks is reportedly set to do a duet with Dolly. She also mentioned that she has already sung one of her songs with Elton John for the album
Her album will also feature Led Zeppelin’s 1971 song Stairway to Heaven, and she debuted on May 5.
The 10-time Grammy winner also shared with Rachael, “I wrote a little special song for this to sum up my feelings about not being sure I was a rock star but you know me well enough to admit it know I will not let an opportunity pass.”
She continued, “I figured if I’m ever going to make a rock ‘n’ roll album, which I’ve often dreamed I could do one day, now is the time.
“So I reached out to a lot of the friends who were with me at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as we rehearsed there for those few days.”
Old School: The 10-time Grammy winner also announced that the album will also feature Led Zeppelin’s 1971 song Stairway to Heaven; Dolly performed in 1976