Dolly Parton took a moment to recognize the LGBT community on Monday in the wake of the mass shooting at an Orlando gay nightclub that left 49 people dead.
“That’s horrible — it wouldn’t matter what kind of club it was,” the country legend told reporters at a news conference in Toronto, where she was promoting her upcoming North American tour.
“I’m not God, I’m no judge. I just know that God loves us all.”
Parton also denounced the North Carolina bathroom bill that bans transgender people from using washrooms in federal buildings for the gender of which they identify.
“Everybody should be comfortable in their world, whatever they do,” she said of the bill.
“I really do think we’ve got to make some better rules, we’ve got to take care of each other a little better.”