Gwyneth Paltrow showcased her singing chops on the FOX musical sitcom "Glee," in her recent film "Country Strong" and at the Oscars and Grammy Awards, so is a record deal the next step?
The New York Post reported that Paltrow, 38, is "in advanced talks with Atlantic Records" and is "poised to sign a contract with the Warner Music-owned label to produce a country album."
Her spokesperson told OnTheRedCarpet.com on Tuesday: "There is no deal in place for her to record an album."
The Oscar-winning actress played a country singer looking for a comeback in the movie "Country Strong" and sang her own songs. Earlier this year, she performed at the 2011 Academy Awards. At the 2011 Grammy Awards, she performed "Forget You" with Cee Lo Green. She last sang the tune during her first appearance on "Glee" in November 2010.
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During the episode, Paltrow's character will teach sexual education and will reportedly perform Joan Jett's "Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)"," Prince's '80s hit, "Kiss" and Stevie Nicks' song "Landslide." Nicks visited the show's set in February.