Dolly Parton shows off killer legs at 77 in Dallas Cowboys cheerleading outfit

Dolly Parton remains the undisputed queen of country – and cemented her position more than ever with an ageless performance at the NFL halftime show.

The 77-year-old was age-defying as she appeared in a Dallas Cowboys cheerleading outfit and sent the crowd wild with a string of classics for the annual Thanksgiving game.

Donning a tiny blue and white shirt exposing her midriff, Dolly also showed off her killer legs in a pair of white mini shorts and a pair of cowboy boots.

Appearing at the AT&T Stadium in Texas, Dolly performed her biggest hits – Jolene and 9 To 5 – as well as a cover performance of Queen classics We Are The Champions and We Will Rock You.

The incredible show became the main talking point of the game for both those in the stadium and those at home.

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Announcer Tony Romo was watching from the CBS booth and couldn’t hide his excitement at the show.

Talking to Jim Nantz, Romo admitted he was stunned at her outfit, before giving a nod to Nantz who ‘saw it coming.

When Nantz tried to move back to the football, Romo added: “I mean, she looks amazing, right? She’s wonderful. Who doesn’t like Dolly Parton?”

Undisputed’s Skip Bayless was also impressed, posting on X (formerly Twitter): “Talk about dressing for the occasion. Now that is impressive.”

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Dolly’s performance was one of the key halftime shows taking place this evening.

Jack Harlow sang at the halftime show of the Green Bay Packers vs Detroit Lions, while DJ Steve Aoki took to the stage during the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers game.

Dolly appeared at the game in honour of the release of her new album, Rockstar, which sees her show off a harder side to the country queen.

Paying tribute to major eras of the rock genre, Dolly teams up with over a dozen musicians for a new take on old classics.

Among them is performing Let It Be with The Beatles’ Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, sending up Jolene with Maneskin, putting her spin on Led Zeppelin’s Stairway To Heaven with Lizzo, and singing Every Breath You Take with Sting.

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However, she has been forced to defend teaming up with Kid Rock, who came under fire earlier this year for his vicious comments on transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney and her one-off partnership with Bud Light.

Dolly, who has been an avid supporter of the LGBTQ community, mentioned to The Hollywood Reporter she had recorded with him prior to his recent contentious actions, which included a video of Rock shooting at Bud Light beer cases and expressing disdain for company Anheuser-Busch.

“Somebody was talking to me the other day: ‘How could you do this [song] with Kid?’” she told the site. “I said, ‘Hey, just because I love you don’t mean I don’t love Kid Rock. Just because I love Kid Rock don’t mean I don’t love you.’ I don’t condemn or criticize. I just accept and love.”

Her performance comes after she teased why she turned down Princess Kate for tea previously after revealing she has no plans to retire any time soon.

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