Dolly Parton has allegedly decided to stage an intervention to help save Miley Cyrus after learning that the latter has started partying again.

In its May 10 issue, National Enquirer claimed that Parton is extremely worried about her goddaughter. After all, she has always fussed over the singer like her own daughter.

Parton doesn’t allegedly want Cyrus to throw away her life and career, but this is what will happen if the “Wrecking Ball” singer doesn’t stop partying as soon as possible.

Since Parton knows that she can’t help Cyrus on her own, she’s allegedly seeking the help of other women that her goddaughter also admires. The tabloid claimed that Parton is teaming up with Reba McEntire and Loretta Lynn for their intervention.

The veteran singer allegedly knows that Cyrus could listen to other legends like her since they have achieved so much in the music industry. They have also made some mistakes during the peak of their careers so Cyrus would know that she could relate to them. 

The insider also claimed that Parton is worried about the frequency of Cyrus’ relapse that’s why every time she hears another slip-up from the singer, she can’t help but intervene.

According to the source, Cyrus’s parents are also on board with Parton’s plan to help their daughter especially since they’ve also tried everything but nothing worked.

“They agree their daughter is more likely to respond to Dolly and her legendary friends,” the source said.

This isn’t the first time that the tabloid has claimed that Cyrus has relapsed. In fact, in recent weeks, multiple tabloids have been saying that the singer has been partying again.

However, there’s no indication that this is really the case. It seems that the tabloid started speculating on Cyrus’s sobriety after she was spotted drinking shots of alcohol with her friends.

Last year, the Hannah Montana lead star admitted that she relapsed while quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic. But at the time that Cyrus shared her relapse story, she has already recovered.

Still, the confession didn’t come easy for the former child star. But at the end of the day, Cyrus said that she realized that it’s important to not blame herself too much for her relapse.

“One of the things I've used is 'Don't get furious, get curious.' So don't be mad at yourself, but ask yourself, 'What happened?’” she said.

Cyrus also relapsed multiple times before, and one of her struggles stemmed from her failed marriage to Liam Hemsworth.