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Posted at 3:58 PM ET, 10/20/2010

Gwyneth Paltrow to perform at the CMA Awards

By Jen Chaney

You've seen her at the Golden Globe Awards and at the Oscars. But Gwyneth Paltrow isn't generally a regular at the Country Music Association Awards.

But she'll be there this year, y'all.

Paltrow -- soon to be seen in the Nashville-star-makes-a-comeback drama "Country Strong" -- will perform alongside Vince Gill at the CMA ceremony, to be held in Nashville on Nov. 10, Billboard reports.

What will she be singing? "Country Strong." Because that's the theme from the movie. (See video above.)

Did we mention that "Country Strong" opens in December in Los Angeles and Nashville -- making it eligible for Oscar consideration -- then releases nationwide in January? Because making sure the public is aware of that information is really the whole point of Paltrow showing up on the CMAs. And we've already told you without anyone singing a single note!

Seriously, though, does Paltrow have the twang it takes to show the Nashville crowd that she's more than a little bit country? Are you intrigued enough to watch and find out, even though you couldn't, if pressed, pick out Brooks or Dunn from a police lineup?

Source: Billboard

By Jen Chaney  | October 20, 2010; 3:58 PM ET
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Besides his country creds, Vince Gill has an MFA in music. Gwynne has...what DOES Gwynnie have?

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