Dolly Parton’s Cheerleader Controversy: Whoopi Goldberg Fires Back

Dolly Partons Cheerleader Controversy Whoopi Goldberg Fires Back
Dolly Partons Cheerleader Controversy Whoopi Goldberg Fires Back

Whoopi Goldberg defended Dolly Parton after critics said her revealing Dallas Cowboys cheerleader costume at the Thanksgiving NFL halftime show wasn’t age-appropriate. Goldberg told off the critics, saying, “Bite me!” and chastising anyone who participated in criticizing Parton. Her co-hosts on The View agreed with her, with Sunny Hostin saying she would flaunt her body if she looked like Parton. The 77-year-old country star’s outfit garnered mixed reactions, but Goldberg and her co-hosts were supportive and applauded Parton for her confidence and performance.
 

Whoopi Goldberg came to the defense of Dolly Parton after the 77-year-old country star’s sizzling Dallas Cowboys cheerleader costume at last week’s Thanksgiving NFL halftime show took some heat from critics who thought that the revealing outfit wasn’t age-appropriate.

Goldberg responded to critics by saying,
“77-year-old superstar Dolly Parton stole the show on Thanksgiving at the Cowboys-Commanders game dressed as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, but some critics told her to act her age.” Then, looking into the camera, the Goldberg firmly said, “Bite me!”

“Everybody that participated in this,” added the Sister Act star, “You should be ashamed of yourself.”

Goldberg’s comments seemed to earn a rare unanimous agreement from her View co-host, with Sunny Hostin chiming in,
“If I looked like that in one of them Cowboys things, I might have everything out. I don’t know if that’s a belly ring or what, but I want what she has.”

 

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