Wednesday, 12 December, 2018

Dolly Parton jokes about threesome with Jennifer Aniston on late-night show

Jennifer Aniston Jennifer Aniston's 'mouth dropped' after hearing Dolly Parton's threesome bombshell
Adrian Cunningham | 07 December, 2018, 18:28

"I love her to death", Parton said of Aniston, 49, who stars in and produced the movie.

Dolly Parton recently made headlines after stating that her husband hopes for a threesome with her and Jennifer Aniston.

Dumplin' on Netflix has viewers excited for Jennifer Aniston's presence on the streaming platform, but it's star Danielle Macdonald that will capture your heart in this comedy about an unlikely teen who enters a beauty pageant, following in her mother's (Aniston) footsteps.

However, when Parton met Dolly at a dinner party at Aniston's house, she knew it was a sign of respect. I think he fantasises, like, a threesome.

"It was hilarious, I think it's flattering".

She added a pair of strappy sandals to her little black dress which elongated her bronzed legs.

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"Yesterday Dolly and I were doing press and somehow that came up", Aniston said.

Jennifer was asked about Dolly's remark during an interview with USA Today shortly after the programme aired, and admitted she was left gobsmacked by the quip. "I mean, that is a quote".

Her participation in the pageant creates all sorts of friction, including between Willowdean and her childhood friend Ellen (Odeya Rush), who more traditionally looks the beauty-queen part. Those interested in the cinema, see a movie definitely worth it, because the tape was nominated for the award "Golden globe", albeit not in the major categories, but only for "Best song". Well, Jennifer Aniston did not seem too keen for that. "And then I laughed my (butt) off".

However, Jennifer dismissed the actualities of actually getting up to mischief with Dolly and Carl in the bedroom, insisting: "That was just talk-show fodder".

"Dumplin" possesses a sharper tone than those films but still features a lot of the same warm fuzzies - at least, once you get past all the tears and self-doubt, which includes Willowdean's disbelief that an attractive young co-worker (Luke Benward) could actually be attracted to her.