From celebrities to brands, even zoos, and museums, all are participating in the challenge.
It doesn’t take long to make something trend on the internet. And this one is quite interesting from celebrities to brands, and even museums and brands also taking part in this new trend. Known as the #DollyPartonChallenge, trending on every social media platform.
Who #DollyPartonChallenge started?
It all started when 74-year-old legendary singer Dolly Parton posted a meme on her Instagram account, triggering a viral trend. Putting up four photos of herself representing each different social media platform — LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder, she captioned, “Get you a woman who can do it all 😉.” And Voila, the meme challenge was born.
In her viral collage post, while the LinkedIn photo showed Parton in formal attire, Facebook showed her homey donning a Christmas sweater, and Instagram showed an artistic black and white photo from her yesteryear, and finally, Tinder showed the star in a Playboy bunny-esque outfit.
Recreating this theme – suitable images ideal for each platform’s display picture – people around the globe have adopted the challenge and it has got a thundering response.
While celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, Mindy Kaling joined the bandwagon on Instagram, others took the challenge to Twitter, where many music studios to national parks have also joined meme bandwagon.
Check out some of the most popular posts here:
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) January 24, 2020
— Joshua Tree NPS (@JoshuaTreeNPS) January 23, 2020
The parks can do it all! Which one do you best relate to?
P.S. The NPS is actually not on tinder. Keep swiping. But we can still be friends?!
#FindYourPark #dollypartonchallenge pic.twitter.com/D0nnsL1wzb
— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) January 23, 2020
— Padma Lakshmi (@PadmaLakshmi) January 24, 2020
— Mystic Aquarium (@mysticaquarium) January 23, 2020