Dolly Parton has always been a larger than life figure in the music industry, and at 72, the country singer is still undoubtedly one of a kind.
She's still writing new music and wearing plenty of other hats as she produces a new Netflix series, called Heartstrings, based on her music.
And while that's enough to keep anyone busy, Parton also found the time to write several new songs for the movie Dumplin', starring Jennifer Aniston.
As Parton revealed to Jimmy Fallon, Aniston asked her to join the project personally, and the singer just couldn't say no. Especially because her husband, Carl Thomas Dean, has a major crush on the Friends star.
Parton spilled the beans during her recent Tonight Show appearance, and her raunchy jokes actually left Fallon speechless.
"My husband is crazy about [Aniston]," Parton revealed.
"He was more excited that I was going to do a movie with her than he was that I got the chance to write all this music."
"See," she admitted, "I think he kinda fantasizes, like, a threesome with us."
A stunned Fallon scolded Carl to "go to bed!" But Parton wasn't done shocking the late night audience.
"He can't even get it out to pee," she said, "much less get it up for three."
That was enough to get Fallon to dive behind his desk, but Parton seemed to revel in embarrassing the host as his audience gave her a round of applause.
Parton confirmed the news that she, Lily Tomlin, and Jane Fonda will all be returning for a sequel to the hit 1980 movie.
"See with all the stuff going on now, "�cause we did a lot of good in the first movie but women still feel like we're not getting equal pay for equal work and all that," Parton explained. "So it's just a good time with all the stuff going on with women."
She added that the original film's writer, Patricia Resnick, had an idea for the sequel and said this was the first time "it had ever made sense to do it again."
Parton said she was glad to finally return to her classic role, and joked that if she waited any longer the film would have to be called "Ninety-Five."
If you can't get enough Dolly, Dumplin' will be out in theaters and on Netflix this Friday, with several new songs written and performed by Parton.
[H/T: Fox News]