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    Dolly Parton Personality

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    natural beauty. If I 'm gonna have any looks at all, I 'm gonna have to create them.”~ Dolly Parton. Dolly Parton portrays herself as a “Backwoods Barbie” with the big hair and the plastic surgery, but nothing about Dolly Parton’s personality is fake (“Dolly Parton”). Mrs. Parton shows her personality through her music, her businesses, and the way she is always willing to help others. We should be more like Dolly Parton because of how much she has contributed to multiple charities and influenced the

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    “Singer and musician Dolly Parton is a beloved cultural icon whose powerful voice, songwriting and personality have won the hearts of country and pop music fans for decades” (“Dolly Parton Biography”). Dolly Parton is a very inspirational person for many reasons. Not everyone will agree with me and think she is a inspirational person. Dolly tries to get along with everyone. She doesn 't miss treat people for no reason. Dolly is a sweet southern women that grew up in poor conditions, but she still

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    E SONG “I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU”, AS SUNG BY DOLLY PARTON AND WHITNEY HOUSTON The song “I Will Always Love You” is one of the most iconic songs of the 21st Century. This song has been widely covered by professional artists and cover singers until today. However, two of the most iconic renditions have to be from Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston. If I were to compare these two renditions, I would prefer Whitney Houston’s version of the song. Dolly Parton was actually the original writer and singer

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    Records were broke when McEntire surpassed Dolly Parton with having the most nominated female artists in the 43-year history of the CMA Awards. Her next album, All the Women I Am, which included the number-one hit "Turn On the Radio” was released in 2010. When asked what the key to success, Reba exclaims

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    All over the world, people express their culture and their way of life in the form of music. In the early nineteen-hundreds America was beginning to form their own genre of music, which would come to be known as country music. When we think of country music, we often think of hillbillies, cowboys, a pair of boots and blue jeans, but it's much more than that. Country music is more than just songs; it's become a way of life in America. Country music was formed out of the genre of Appalachian

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    Demi Lovato

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    Demi Lovato is a 25-year-old singer and actress. She rose to fame at a very young age and has released multiple hit songs such as “Tell me you love me,” and acted in T.V. shows such as “Barney,” and also done major movies namely “Camp Rock”. When Demi was growing up she struggled with her parents being divorced and her father not being around. She felt like an outsider in her peer group. She was bullied in school and was called names and told to go kill herself. She started binging to feel better

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    Gwen Stefani plastic surgery Gwen Stefani is an ever-green celebrity with ever-changing appearances. She is a popular and widely appreciated singer and songwriter. Besides singing, she also earned great fame for being successful actress and fashion designer. Her career was started in the eighties. In her band named “No Doubt”, she was the lead vocalist. Her solo album named “Love Angel Music Baby” was launched in 2004. The album was greatly successful and more than 7 million copies of this album

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    Beauty Pageants are events which women and younger girls or boys compete in across the world but the most popular country for these pageants are USA. The age requirements start at 3 years for both girls and boys, I feel this is too young an age to start brainwashing them. Many critics claim that the beauty pageants place more emphasis on the physical aspects of the body and over look the other aspects. This is what causes these pageants to be so unhealthy for the younger children competing. On

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    Selena Quintanilla was a very successful “Tex-Mex” singer, who, from the beginning of her life to the end of it, had an extraordinary life. After one time of singing to her father, a band was created and she was put into the singing world. Since that day, many journeys occurred. She has performed in many places like Mexico and Texas. She even got married and won a Grammy. Though, after a tragic murder ending her life, Selena will always be remembered as the first successful female Tejano singer.

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    From Tennessee to Florida, country music has been the number one stereotype for people of the Southern United States. If the radio is on, then the song is expected to be about riding a tractor in a hay field or falling in love with a girl in a white sundress. Country music has brought several generations of people together through the various types, relatable topics, kind hearted artists, and the history behind the genre. Country music has been one of the most commonly listen to genres for centuries

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    Imagine living in a world where life revolves around spray tans, botox, fake eyelashes, and young girls walk around in inappropriate outfits. Most girls are pressured to be perfect in the society of beauty pageants. Many of the children’s parents are making their children grow up too fast. These parents pressuring their children can lead to bad communication skills, as well as bad relationships. Children are focusing on their beauty and not their education, or relationships. Beauty pageants have

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    Jessica Biel

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    hat many people don’t know is that Jessica Biel started her entertainment career as a vocalist. She appeared in a number of musical productions before getting her big breakout role as Mary Camden in the family TV show 7th Heaven. Today, many people still remember her from this role even though the series wrapped up approximately 13 years ago. Since then Jessica has appeared in a number of films and a handful of TV shows, mainly in guest roles. Her most successful role to date was as Erin Hardesty

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    The Carter Family is an American country music band, their music has made such an impact on effected bluegrass, country and pop music and even more. This band originally consisted of three members, the married couple A.P. and Sarah Carter and cousin Maybelle Carter, who is also known as the ‘mother’ Maybelle. Sarah Carter sings lead vocals and play autoharp, Maybelle sings harmony and plays banjo and guitar and A.P. sings harmony and background vocals. The band has played a historical role in early

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    The Queen of Country Reba McEntire is one of the most successful female recording artists in history, also known as the "Queen of Country" music. She is an actress, songwriter, Broadway singer, television star, and a movie star. Reba has contributed to many various charities such as the fisher house foundation and The Dave Thomas Adoption Foundation. She now has a makeup line as well as clothing, shoes, luggage and household items. Reba was born on March 28, 1955, in Chockie, Oklahoma, USA. She

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    The song that I chose was “Unwritten” by Natasha Bedingfield. It was released in 2004, and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. It also hit number five on the Billboard Hot 100. Natasha Bedingfield has another popular song “Pocketful of Sunshine” and was really only popular in 2004-2006. You can find her songs on multiple 00’s playlists. I chose this song because I have listened to it since I was a child. I remember hearing it played on the radio frequently

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    How many of you have heard or seen the reality TV show: “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo”, or the more renowned, “Toddlers and Tiaras?”. It is a show where little girls below the age of ten, appear on stage wearing loads of makeup, tons of spray tan, with their nails done, fake hair and fake teeth to be judged on their beauty, personality and costumes. Parental ambitions make their children socially challenged, Leading them to feel unconnected to other children and even resulting in permanent mental and

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    Many people refer to her as the “Queen of Rock”, “Queen of Pop”, and often times a music legend. Linda Ronstadt is an American singer songwriter who entertained the world for about forty years with her voice. Since an early age, she would sing wherever she would go with her family. She had a long music career, filled with tons of debuted albums and many awards recognizing her work as a musician. However, her career had to end as a singer in Ronstadt’s later years. Ronstadt was apart of the “popular

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    Country singer Lynn Anderson has died at the age of 67. Anderson enjoyed a long career both as a country singer and cross-over artist. She had her first solo hit in 1967, while signed as an artist with Chart Records. The song was Ride, Ride, Ride, an upbeat song written by Anderson’s mother Liz Anderson. Though Ride, Ride, Ride was a popular tune, Anderson experienced worldwide success with her 1970 mega-hit Rose Garden, which eventually became her signature song. Rose Garden as a phenomenon that

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    Carrie Underwood: Road to Success Coming from humble beginnings early on, Carrie underwood has come to be known not only for her amazing accomplishments in the contemporary country music industry, but also for the genuine passion she has for the music she records. Carrie Marie underwood was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma on March 10, 1983. Growing up on her parent’s farm, Underwood lived a very modest young life, often performing numerous chores on the farm. Underwood explains that during her childhood

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    genetically identical copy of a human being, human cell, or a human tissue. The history of cloning dates back to the first creation of a clone of a sheep named ‘Dolly’ in 1997 by a Scottish scientist. Dolly was created by a used cloning technique called ‘Somatic cell Nuclear transfer’, which created a genetically twin animal. After the cloning of Dolly, scientists thought that humans could be cloned, as well. The term ‘Human Cloning’ refers to an asexual type of reproduction. Meaning that an embryo

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