The blonde bombshell, whose career began when she was a teen in Knoxville, fastened her jacket partially, putting her perky bust on display.
Her outer layer was adorned in silver stars and chains and fit snugly around her trim midriff.
The longtime music artist wore a pair of high, silver, peep-toe heels for the occasion.
Flashy: Dolly Parton wore an embellished white jacket over a sparkly orange jumpsuit as she performed at the University of Tennessee game on Saturday
Tune: The 77-year-old country music icon — who just released her album Rockstar — led a rendition of the song Rocky Top after the first quarter of the game, according to Knox News
The blonde beauty wore her hair down with spiky pieces at the top and wispy face-framing bangs.
Dolly, known for her over-the-top fashion sense, added large orange hoop earrings that complemented her onesie.
She clutched a silvery microphone with long, red, manicured hands.
Her face was beautifully made up with dark eyeliner, pink blush, and a matching pink hue swiped onto her pout.
The University of Tennessee joined her in the musical presentation, but Parton said on a CBS broadcast that she ‘couldn’t hear because my sound went out and the stadium was so loud.’
Despite the small hiccup, she noted, ‘It’s just great to be home.’
Parton has partnered with teams in Tennessee to bring fans a Vols edition of her new album, which has 31 songs.
Additionally, the collaboration has yielded a line of co-branded merchandise.
Embellished: Her outer layer was adorned in silver stars and chains and fit snugly around her trim midriff
Dteails: She clutched a silvery microphone with long, red, manicured hands
In Nashville this week: Parton has been busy promoting her new project called Rockstar
Another recent collaboration on the latest Dolly project includes a song with Sheryl Crow, who was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Taking to Instagram to promote the music, Crow said on Friday, ‘I love and admire this woman so much! She could sing the phone book and make you cry…or in this case, ROCK!’
She added, ‘I’m so honored that @dollyparton included me on #ROCKSTAR and I’m so excited for you all to hear it.’
Engaging her 552,000 followers, she finished the note: ‘“You’re No Good” on Rockstar is out now! Link in my bio and story.’