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10 best #dollypartonchallenge tweets we've seen so far

by Eli Becht
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Many people have been sharing their #dollypartonchallenge photos on Twitter, and here are some of the best renditions we've seen so far.

If you've been on Twitter since January 21, there's no doubt you've been seeing users post about the Dolly Parton challenge, whether you realize it or not.

Despite being 74 years old, it turns out that Parton still has quite the pull on social media, as her simple post ended up creating a worldwide viral trend.

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It all originated when the country music star posted a collage of herself, featuring images she'd use as profile pictures on LinkedIn, Tinder, Facebook, and Instagram.

The idea is that you'd post something family-friendly on your Facebook, professional on LinkedIn, and something trendy on Instagram, while Tinder would open up some leeway for far more provocative images.

For example, Parton shows herself wearing a Christmas sweater on Facebook, but her Tinder picture is an image from her appearance in Playboy.

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While she didn't explicitly call it the #dollypartonchallenge, that hasn't stopped people from running with that name as the hashtag for their own bandwagon posts. In days since, we've seen numerous examples of people sharing their recreations of the now-viral trend.

Everyone from esports organizations, streamers, pro gamers, and even video game companies got in on the fun. With so many different options to choose from for our list, we had to limit it to 10 - which means there had to be some snubs.

Without further ado, here are our favorite Tweets we've come across from the #dollypartonchallenge:

1. League of Legends

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2. and 3. FaZe Clan's Cizzors and NICKMERCS

4. Shonen Jump (Naruto)

5. Eminem

6. Miley Cyrus

7. LEGO

8. Joonas Suotamo (Chewbacca)

9. Mortal Kombat 11

10. Mark Hamill

There are still many images pouring in, meaning there are bound to be more hilarious posts if you keep an eye on the hashtag. Surprisingly, we're now three days out from Dolly's initial photo, and the trend is still picking up steam.

With that said, it's important to remember these social media trends don't tend to last very long, so if you're looking at getting in on the action, you'll need to do so quickly.