Dolly Parton said same-sex marriage should be legalized in Australia.
The 71-year-old country legend advocated her support for the LGBT community Down Under on News Breakfast, a program of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, which she joined remotely from Nashville.
"Why can't they be as miserable as us heterosexuals in their marriages?" Parton joked, before taking a serious tone. "Hey, I think love is love and we have no control over that... I think people should be allowed to [marry]."
"I'm not God, you know. I believe in God, I think God is the judge. I don't judge or criticise and I don't think we're supposed to," she added.
Parton is a longtime ally of the LGBT community, with many considering her a gay icon. She supported same-sex marriage in the United States as early as 2009. She has advocated for trans people regarding North Carolina’s bathroom bill. Not to mention, she has often dedicated her smash hit “Jolene” to the drag queens who dress like her at her concerts. Read more via the Advocate