Dolly Parton has been talking of her excitement ahead of her debut appearance at this year's Glastonbury Music Festival to none other than Lily Allen, who interviewed the country star for Radio Times magazine.
And not even the chance of mud is going to stand in the way of Dolly and her high heels.
She told Lily: "What should I expect? Mud? I’ll be wearing my high heels, even if I’m up to my knees in mud.
"I’m a little bit apprehensive. I’m excited, I just want to make sure I do the right show.
"I’ve heard of Glastonbury because it’s one of the biggest in the world, right? For years, everybody’s asked me why I’ve never done it, and I guess it’s never worked out where I could, and so now I am.
"I've heard that people from all walks of life come to Glastonbury. I guess they smoke a lot of dope and drink a lot of booze, like most festivals, right?
'But then there's a lot of people that don't, they just come to listen to the music. Who cares, as long as they're having a good time?"
Dolly is due to take to the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury on Sunday afternoon, which will mark her first ever UK festival appearance.
Read the full interview between Lily and Dolly in the latest issue of Radio Times, out now.