Dolly Parton's new TikTok account was banned by the app after it was revealed to be a fake created using a charity video she made for the site a year ago.
Fans of the queen of country music were thrilled when the account appeared, putting up an introduction clip in which she was clad in a yellow top with patterned yellow and blue pants.
'Why hello, I guess I'm on TikTok! I just dropped in to say that it will be okay,' the 75-year-old iconic singer-songwriter said before singing. 'If I can do it, so can you ... I believe in you.'
But their hopes were dashed when the account was banned by the app, with a number of Parton's fans taking to TikTok on Monday to complain.
The latest: A number of Dolly Parton fans took to TikTok Monday to complain after Dolly Parton's newly-created account was banned from the social media site
A spokesperson for the singer explained to NBC's The Today Show that an unverified user had taken an old video from Parton's Imagination Library website and 'doctored it' to create