Dollywood visitors got a double dose of country music royalty on Monday.
Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson were spotting hanging out and cruising around the park together in a golf cart. The pair were reportedly filming parts of Parton’s upcoming holiday movie musical “Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic Christmas.”
The film is set in Dollywood and will tell the behind-the-scenes story of making a television special as Parton learns valuable lessons while being visiting by the Three Wise Men, according to the NBC synopsis.
There’s no word, yet, if Nelson is one of those wise men.
Parton revealed the film will have other celebrity guests like Miley Cyrus, Billy Ray Cyrus and Jimmy Fallon.
"We will be filming over the next few weeks, so you never know when Dolly or one of her friends will show up!" Dollywood PR Director Wes Ramey told Knox News.
A premiere date for the film has not been announced.
Dolly has already had a busy month. Just last week, she announced the latest attraction coming to Dollywood: Big Bear Mountain.
With 3,990 feet of track and reaching speeds up to 48 mph, it will be the longest roller coaster in the park. It will also be the largest attraction investment in Dollywood’s history, costing $25 million.
This article originally appeared on Knoxville News Sentinel: Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson filming Christmas movie at Dollywood