Sheryl Crow isn't a fan of Donald Trump.
The country songstress got candid about the U.S. president during an interview on ITV's "Good Morning Britain" on Thursday morning.
"It's my hope that sooner or later he's not in office any more, I mean the word impeachment definitely comes out of my mouth but what we need is a functioning government and it's been for the last 144 days nothing but chaos," the 55-year-old singer said.
She continued: "People are hoping he's going to deliver for them. There are a lot of people who are hurting in America just like all over the world and they believed in him and it's been my worry from the very beginning."
Crow's remarks come following a string of scandals in the past couple of weeks surrounding the Trump administration. In Trump's latest headline-making incident, it was revealed that he shared classified information with Russia's foreign minister and ambassador during a recent meeting in the Oval Office.
The "Soak Up The Sun" hitmaker just released her new album, "Be Myself" after taking a couple of years off -- and she revealed her new songs have a much more mature sound to them.
"It's just been liberating for me to be able to write about things that everybody over 30 is talking about. So, it's been wonderful."