Dolly Parton is truly Adele's biggest fan.

Even though Adele looks amazing with or without makeup, Dolly recently told BBC that she has makeup envy when it comes to the 28-year-old "Someone Like You" singer.

"I love how she does her make-up, and so I'm always saying to my little nieces, 'can you fix my eyes like Adele?'" the 70-year old country singer shared.

Not only does she ask her nieces for winged eyeliner tips, but she sings about them too! In her song, "Head Over High Heels," the lyrics read, "Put on my tight dress, hair teased on my head, painted my lips red, and my eyes like Adele."

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That lyric came about naturally for Dolly because she's such a fan.

"When I started that song, I had not planned to write that line," she said to BBC. "I was just thinking, 'This needs to be about a girl dressing up sexy, so she's got to have some make-up, and she's got to paint her eyes.' And all of a sudden it's like, 'And my eyes like Adele!'"

And of course, Dolly was hoping Adele would like it.

"I got so excited [incorporating the lyric]. And I thought, 'She's gonna love me!'" Dolly told radio station New Country 99.9 on Aug. 18. "She's gonna love me for saying her name in a song!'"

While she's hoping Adele will love her for the lyric, Dolly just can't help but express how much she really, really loves Adele.

Recently, Dolly gushed to Digital Spy, "I love her! I would love to do something with her. I just love her. I love how she looks, I love how she sings, I love how she is."

If you've been lucky enough to get a ticket to one of Adele's sold out shows, it's easy to feel the fever that Dolly is feeling. When Adele performed in Los Angeles in August, she sold out eight shows at Staples center, beating out Taylor Swift's record at five.

Adele's stage is one that Dolly would undoubtedly like to share. She already put the idea out there to Digital Spy, "I would love to do something with her. Maybe write a song? Maybe do a duet. So pass that word along!"

We're passing the word for you, Dolly! Adele, your move!