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All The Celebrities Who Have Nailed The Dolly Parton Challenge

Perpetual trailblazer Dolly Parton has started an internet challenge that celebs can't get enough of.

Just days after the icon celebrated her 74th birthday, her official account posted some classic Dolly photos that fit the aesthetics commonly used on online platforms LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder.

Dolly's '9 to 5' character Doralee Rhodes -- dressed in a magnificent corporate '80s outfit -- is the professional LinkedIn headshot everyone should aspire to, a Christmas photoshoot is her wholesome Facebook pic, Instagram is represented by a stylish, hipster-esque black and white photo and to exemplify Tinder, we're graced with her 1978 Playboy cover.

"Get you a woman who can do it all," the caption reads.

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Dolly's grid of many colours has inspired fans and plenty of celebs to mimic the format to show off their versatile range of identities -- with Chrissy Teigen, Miley Cyrus, Mark Ruffalo and the Jonas Brothers digging into their photo albums for the challenge.

Chrissy Teigen

Jared Leto

Sam Smith

The Jonas Brothers

Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana)

Mark Ronson

Kerry Washington

Mark Ruffalo

Josh Gad

TV shows like 'Friends' have used the opportunity to highlight some of their characters' best work and even popular children's television shows 'Bluey' and 'Arthur' have joined in on the fun -- getting rid of the Tinder category, of course.

'Friends'

'Arthur'

'Bluey'

The challenge shows Parton's eternal ability to remain relevant and meaningful to every generation and to people from all walks of life.

This very concept was explored in the 'Dolly Parton's America' podcast hosted by Jad Abumrad -- a nine-part exploration of the 'Dollyverse' and the singer's profound impact.

Dolly revealed in the final episode of the thought-provoking series that she's recorded a multitude of songs to be released after her death. She explained that she's recorded click tracks that can be used in any genre of music and so that artists can release tracks featuring original vocals from Parton after she passes.

Main Image: Twitter/Warner Bros.