On Thursday, Dolly Parton turned 71-years-old, but she's not slowing down.

The country legend, actress, and humanitarian just wrapped her 60-city tour promoting her new album, "Pure & Simple," which is her 43rd solo work to date. (At this point, she's got more albums than years on earth.) She's also been busy doing humanitarian work for her hometown of Sevier County, Tennessee, which was hit by severe wildfires in November. With the help of Cyndi Lauper, Don McLean, Kenny Rogers, Taylor Swift, and Kenny Chesney, she raised approximately $9 million last month through a telethon.

And even 50 years after releasing her first album, "Hello, I'm Dolly," Parton is still just as relevant to popular culture. She has over 4 million followers on Twitter, she recently shared the stage with her goddaughter, Miley Cyrus, and Jeremy Scott described his fall 2016 collection as "Dolly Parton on molly."

Plus, later this month Parton will re-unite with her 9 to 5 co-stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin at the Screen Actor's Guild Awards, where Tomlin is being honored with the Life Achievement award. There perhaps couldn't be a better time to have these three hardworking, feminist all-stars re-unite, with the Women's March on Washington happening just weeks prior and Trump's America in full swing.

In honor of Parton's 71st birthday, three actors--Chris Pine, Michael Shannon, and Matthew McConaughey--read the lines of Parton's character Doralee Rhodes in the 1980 film 9 to 5. "So, you've been tellin' everybody I've been sleepin' with ya, huh? Well that explains it! That's why these people treat me like some dime-store floozy," they read.

After over three decades, the words still ring true.

See Shannon, McConaughey, Pine, and more of the best actors of the year in W's February issue: