At 74 years old, Dolly Parton has only three weaknesses.

This week, the country music legend appeared on “Table Manners” with pop star Jessie Ware and talked about her marriage to Carl Thomas Dean.

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“My husband and I have been together for 57 years and married for 54, and I’m sick of him and I’m sure he’s sick of me,” she joked.

Parton was also asked about her love of food and admitted, “My weaknesses have always been men, sex, and food and not necessarily in that order.”

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The “Jolene” singer also talked about performing at the Glastonbury Festival in 2014, drawing bigger crowds than headliners Metallica and Arcade Fire.

‘I love the UK and when we did the Glastonbury show, I felt so loved, too. So it was really a special show,” she said. “I was kind of nervous about doing the show. I was kind of apprehensive. I knew it was a festival that was very famous and I knew everybody loved to party, loved their drinks, whatever. I was like: ‘They’re not going to pay attention cause my stuff is so many stories.’ I didn’t know if I would fit in […] and when I went out there, and I did, it just made me feel so happy and good.”