From Hollywood to Nashville, Gwyneth Paltrow can do it all.
The 38-year-old beauty received a standing ovation for her live performance at Wednesday night's 44th Annual Country Music Association Awards, where she performed a duet with country legend Vince Gill. The song was called Country Strong, the title track from her upcoming film about a singer overcoming drug addiction.
The mother-of-two, who's married to Coldplay's Chris Martin, said honing her musical side in preparing for the film was "incredible."
Paltrow told MTV News, "I had to learn how to play guitar, and I took singing lessons. It was a real challenge, but I felt like I pretty much pulled it off."
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Paltrow's also scheduled for a guest spot on Fox's hit Glee next week, and according to the show's creator Ryan Murphy, she's definitely got the chops for it.
"Gwyneth is a great singer," Murphy told the BBC. "She's done it a little bit, but I really want to show it off and show everyone how great she is."
Glee airs on Fox Tuesday at 8/7c, while Country Strong, which co-stars Tim McGraw, hits theaters January 7.