Dolly Parton rejects the nomination for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Parton posted on social media that "I don’t feel I have earned this right." Parton wrote on social media that she does not want votes to be divided because of her.

Dolly Parton rejects the nomination for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Therefore, I must respectfully bow down.

Dolly Parton has declined a nomination to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

On Monday, the "I Will Always Love You” singer shared on social media that she was "flattered" to be nominated but would have to decline.

Parton stated in a social media statement that "I don’t feel I have earned this right." Parton stated, "I don't want votes to be divided because of me. So I must respectfully bow out."

Parton was elected to Country Music Hall of Fame 1999. She wrote that she hopes the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame would reconsider her.

Parton's decision not to return to music is not without its silver lining. New music.

The "9 to 5" singer suggested that she could be considered for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to help her write a rock album.

She said that her husband is a huge rock n'roll fan and encouraged her to get involved.

Parton's 48th solo album, "Run, Rose, Run", was released earlier in the month.

She thanked the Hall of Fame for their consideration and closed her message.

Parton wrote, "I wish all the nominees luck and thank you again to the compliment." "Rock on!"

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