At 34, Dolly Parton starred in the film: 9-5. While on set, she wrote the theme song with her nails
mimicking the typewriter. Her song reached number one on the country charts, but also in 1981, reached number one on the
pop and the adult-contemporary charts, giving her a triple-number-one. It also received a nomination for an Academy award.
Before that, she wrote hits like "Jolene" and "I Will Always Love You," which topped charts in 1974, 1982, and again
in 1992 when covered by Whitney Houston. She has won 7 Grammys and in 1999 was inducted into the Country Music Hall of
Fame. While getting acrylic tips is usually for housewives who want to be more stylish; Dolly has composed over 3,000
songs with hers.