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We've all seen Gwyneth Paltrow belt out a tune on Glee, at the Grammy Awards, in her latest movie Country Strong and even at last night's Academy Awards. So is the Oscar winner ever going to get a record deal?
"We're talking about it now," Paltrow told Access Hollywood's Billy Bush of a possible record deal on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday. "So, we'll see."
As for her role as Glee's substitute teacher Holly Holiday, which she reprises on March 8, the 38-year-old says she originally accepted the part because she was ready to try something new.
"My parts were usually quite serious, and I was looking for something fun and different to do," Paltrow said. "When (Glee co-creator) Ryan (Murphy) asked me to be on Glee, I thought, 'How much fun it would it be to sing and dance and just be ridiculous and silly?' I’m just having so much fun."
But despite all of her recent experience putting on a musical show for an audience, the actress admits that her performance at the Academy Awards was the most nerve-wracking to date.
"This (performance) feels hard because the Grammys (were) so much fun and it was silly," she said, before taking the Oscar stage Sunday night. "This is like, very serious. I'm like, 'Geez, it's a serious song, and I'm by myself up there.' I hope it's alright!"