Dolly Parton pays tribute to Miley Cyrus on ‘The Climb’ singer’s 30th birthday on Instagram

GLASTONBURY, ENGLAND - JUNE 29: Dolly Parton performs on the Pyramid Stage during Day 3 of the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm on June 29, 2014 in Glastonbury, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

Dolly Parton wished Miley Cyrus a happy birthday.

Cyrus turned 30 on Wednesday. Parton, her godmother, marked the occasion on Instagram with a sweet tribute and two photos of them.

The two musicians posed alongside each other with black, gold, and silver balloons in the photo. In the first photo, Cyrus is seen hugging Parton from behind. They posed for the camera in the second photo by leaning on each other’s backs.

Parton wrote in the caption:

“Happy birthday, @MileyCyrus! I can’t wait to celebrate with you and ring in the new year!! [red heart emoji].”

Several internet users responded to the “I Will Always Love You” singer’s post. Many of them congratulated them on their photos and wished Cyrus a happy birthday.

One commented:

“I love seeing Miley and her (magical, fairy) godmother!”.

Another added:

“Happy Birthday, Miley! Can’t wait to see yours and Dolly’s New Year Eve’s.”

A third fan added:

“Two gorgeous voices from two pretty ladies!”

Another netizen commented:

“Aww, you two are so cute!”

In an earlier interview, the “Jolene” singer mentioned Cyrus while discussing how “proud” she was to be an inspiration to the next generation. However, she claims that she does not give advice to younger singers, including the “Hannah Montana” star.

Parton told Us Weekly in January, while promoting her Dolly Parton x Duncan Hines collection, which will be released in March:

“I don’t give advice, but I got a lot of information. Same with Miley. Everybody says, ‘Do you give Miley advice?’ I said, ‘Nobody gives Miley advice.’ She’s [as] headstrong as I am, but we both respect each other. And we share things.”

Although she does not give advice to the “Wrecking Ball” hitmaker, Cyrus’ godmother said their discussion on issues seems appropriate because she still wants to “stay involved” in her godchild’s life.

Parton explained:

“If I feel like I’ve got something to say to her, like, a mother or an aunt or a godmother, I will say something. Or [I will] ask her a question about this or that or ask her a question even concerning my own career. [Because] I wanna stay involved and important in the business for as long as I live. And I’ve been lucky enough that that’s happened.”