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 criticize and I don't think we're supposed to," she added.
Australia is in the midst of a national vote, which is polling citizens on whether its Parliament should vote yes or no for same-sex marriage. The results of the mail-in ballot will be posted in November.