For years, Dolly Parton has been promising to give the gays everything they want in the form of a banger-filled dance anthem - but alas, the process has been dragging out longer than Brexit.
A breakthrough could soon be on the horizon, however, with the legendary country queen teasing that it "may be time" to focus on a club-ready record following her recent collaboration with Swedish dance duo 'Galantis' for new single 'Faith'.
Discussing the track with NewNowNext, Parton, 73, said: "I’ve been wanting to do more uplifting music.
"It just came to me with this Galantis song, and it’s really uplifting but it’s a solid dance beat so I loved the idea that people would be out there dancing and praising God.”
In news that could have gay men staging an Ocean's 8-style heist of the Dolly Records achives, Parton revealed she has at least two more dance tracks knocking about.
"I have a song called ‘Dance With Me Darling,’ and so I may at some point put that out,” she said.
"I had a song I’d written years ago called ‘Just A Wee Bit Gay’, that’s a dance song and it’s very uplifting and fun."
Could this finally signal the start of a brand new era?
"[W]ho knows?” Dolly teased. "This may be the time I might think about doing a whole dance record."