Image via Twitter: @DollyParton
Singer and songwriters started a viral trend on social media and it’s taking the world by storm.
Image via Twitter: @DollyParton
It all started on 21 January 2020, when Dolly Parton shared a collage of four photos on her social media platform. She captioned it: “Get you a woman who can do it all.”
In the collage, Parton matched up the four photos with four off the most biggest social media platforms: business network LinkedIn, social sharing site Facebook and Instagram and, and dating site, Tinder.
In her LinkedIn image, Parton wore a buttoned-down business style outfit, while the Facebook and Instagram images were more relaxed. For her Tinder image, Parton chose a playboy pose.
Netizens won’t let a good meme go by, and jumped at the opportunity to create their own version of the Dolly Parton challenge, even other celebrities. We’ll include some of their attempts in a gallery below.
Mark Hamill, most famously known for his role as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars universe, could resist jumping on the meme-wagon either, and delighted fans by including an image of him wearing suspenders for his Twitter profile photo.
Of course, the Hulk a.k.a Mark Ruffalo also jumped in with his version: He chose a photo of him reading a book for his LinkedIn profile photos, and a photo of him showing the peace sign for Facebook.
For his Instagram image, he chose a photo that included cast member from Avengers, while his Tinder photo was an image of him after a shower, winking at the camera.
OK. I'll play along too…#Hamemeable pic.twitter.com/Fs4PxCu8Hu— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) January 24, 2020
Get a guy who will play them all ✨ pic.twitter.com/zTG2XqfA2N— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) January 23, 2020
From the British Transport Police and the European Space Agency, to Sampson the Service Dog and the National Park Service joined in the fun with a personalised image for the challenge.
A quick scroll the Twitter feed for the hashtag ‘DollyPartonChallenge’ shows that animals are currently dominated the meme, with Bailey the dog leading the charge. How can he not? Just look at that face.
So I wasn’t going to miss out on the #dollypartonchallenge ? pic.twitter.com/WKgoYg1tkZ— Bailey (@MsBaileyButton) January 25, 2020
Ms. Bailey looks like my Sandy. pic.twitter.com/2OqeKY4NVQ— Babz (@Babz38057572) January 25, 2020
Where @DollyParton goes, I follow. pic.twitter.com/23772RoJ0b— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) January 24, 2020
#DollyPartonChallenge— ESA (@esa) January 24, 2020
Yes, it's Friday. pic.twitter.com/kOqHHd1ArB
Dina Fox’s #DollyPartonChallenge #Superstore pic.twitter.com/Xjr6rFa83T— Lauren Ash (@lauren_ash) January 25, 2020
We meme business.#DollyPartonChallenge#WeAreBTP ? pic.twitter.com/zQdNW9YDeq— British Transport Police ?♀️ (@BTP) January 24, 2020
So we are joining the #dollypartonchallenge #FursuitFriday #FridayFunDay— Sampson the Service Dog (@sampson_dog) January 24, 2020
How did we do? pic.twitter.com/ys2CPj9OsF
The parks can do it all! Which one do you best relate to?— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) January 23, 2020
P.S. The NPS is actually not on tinder. Keep swiping. But we can still be friends?!
#FindYourPark #dollypartonchallenge pic.twitter.com/D0nnsL1wzb
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