Dolly Parton had more on her mind than just music at her recent concert in Los Angeles. Perhaps it was being in Tinseltown that made her speak up about two of the city's most famous train wrecks celebrities.

"Poor little Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan," Parton told PEOPLE magazine outside the Greek Theater. "Ain't it awful? If those little girls slept with as many men as they say in the tabloids, why their little butts would have more fingerprints than the FBI!"

Part compassion, part admonition, Parton made her feelings known, continuing, "I kinda feel sorry for them. We should give those two a break."

In spite of the fact that Parton is in her 60s, she is still very much in touch with the younger generation, thanks in part to a role on Miley Cyrus' hit show, 'Hannah Montana.' Parton, who is also Cyrus' godmother, is thrilled to see the teen bask in the spotlight.

"A lot of little kids come up to me and say, 'Aunt Dolly!' " Parton told her concert audience. "And I say, 'Would you little girls like an autograph?' And they say, 'Oh yes! When you see Miley, please get us one!' "